Ann McCue Recipe

HOT AIR CANDY

By Ann McCue salsaqueen


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Ann's Story

Have been making this candy for years. everyone waits every christmas to get some.
I saw a few recipes on the site that are the same but just a bit different so I thought I would post mine too.
Hope you like it as much as I do!!

Ingredients

1 c
sugar
1 c
dark karo syrup
1 Tbsp
white vinegar
1 Tbsp
baking soda
your favorite dipping chocolate (i use ghirardelli 2.5lb chocolate dipping bar. i always get it at sams club before the holiday season in early november)

Directions Step-By-Step

1
combine sugar, karo syrup and vinegar in a heavy sauce pan
on med high heat. stir until sugar is disolved then quit stiring
cook until reaches 300 degrees on candy thermometer
remove from heat and add baking soda
Stir quickly, it will start foaming
when soda is mixed in and candy is nice and foamy,(this only takes 30 seconds or so), slowly pour onto slightly buttered pan.
DO NOT SPREAD you want it high so pour in one place, it will spread out slightly by itself
wait a few hours for it to cool then place a knife in it and break it int desired size pieces
dip in chocolate to coat and place on wax paper until set.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Candies, Other Snacks

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31 Comments

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Vicki Gornick Organized88
Nov 20, 2013
Thank you K-R-A!!! We'll talk!!! Hahahahaha!!!
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Ann McCue salsaqueen
Nov 19, 2013
S_OT_!!!!!! hahahaha!!!! Yes this is a wonderful recipe!!! I use the big Garadellis baking chocolate they sell at Sams club to dip. Its a touchy recipe. have to watch closely but is so good. let me know how it turns out!!!!!! :) I will be making it for xmas myself!!!
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Vicki Gornick Organized88
Nov 19, 2013
Well! Look who is here when I am searching for a hot air recipe!!! My favorite K___a! :-) My mom always made hot air and I loved it. Just bought some tonight at Super One. It's ok, but not like Mom's, so I will try your recipe! See you soon!!! Vicki
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Ann McCue salsaqueen
Aug 8, 2013
Jane I usually just pour it slowly onto a slightly greased or buttered cookie sheet
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Jane Jacobs LadyJJ123
Aug 7, 2013
Have I missed how big the pan is suppose to be....8 x 8....9 x 9...9 x 13....