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Rowse Luxury Toffee Fudge Spread

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      19.08.2001 02:36
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      She leaned forward to remove the top. She did it gently so as not to betray her urgency. The object of desire was now exposed before her. Licking her lips she took her forefinger and traced it round the rim. Her hand quivered. Slowly, slowly she savoured the moment. She could wait no longer. She plunged a finger deep into the soft sticky morass. Oh but it felt so good! She spooned up some of the creamy substance with her finger and withdrew it. Her mouth opened, her tongue outstretched and her taste buds begun to dance with delight. Mmmm! You taste good. How shall I have you? The choice is all yours! This 325 g jar of versatile scrummy yummy melt-in-the-mouth luxury toffee spread lends itself to whole array of uses. Suggestions from the manufacturers include spreading it on warm fresh crusty bread or croissants or using it as cake filling or cheesecake topping. You can even warm it through and use it as a dip for fresh fruit, wafers or biscuits. I personally favour it warmed and drizzled over chocolate ice cream. So, what does it really taste like? Imagine the creamiest toffee you have ever eaten. The pleasure it gave you. How your taste buds surrendered to temptation and seduced you to take another. How when the bag was empty the sugary sweet taste remained on your lips engraining itself on your memory fuelling your desire for more. Its so difficult to describe a taste so my advice would be to get down to your local Tesco or Budgens where it is stocked under the ‘Rowse’ brand name or Sainsbury’s where it stocked under a Sainsbury’s own label and get yourself a jar and see for yourself. At around the £1 mark it’s a very small price to pay for instant unashamed luxury. I think it is fair to say that instant unashamed luxury is indicative of the whole range of Rowse goodi es. INGREDIENTS *********** Sugar syrup, skimmed sweetened condensed milk, double cream 8%, water, maltodextin, butter, acidity regulator: sodium citrate, salt, pectin, toffee flavouring. NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION *********************** Per 100g Energy 1529kj/361kcal, Protein 2.4g, carbohydrate 74.3g (of which sugars 66.6g), fat 6.1g (of which saturates 3.9g), sodium 0.2g. I think I should explain why I have submitted ‘Luxury Toffee Fudge Spread’ under Rowse in general. MY SERVING SUGGESTION ********************* Taking the manufacturers advice to use ‘Toffee Fudge Spread’ as a cheesecake topping I used the following recipe for the base. 55g/2oz butter 85g/3oz pale muscovado sugar Grated rind of 1 lemon 55g/2oz ground almonds 115g/4oz sifted gram flour Beat together the butter and sugar until soft and light. Add the lemon rind. Rub in the ground almonds and gram flour with your fingers, working as lightly as you can. Shape the mixture into a circle approximately half an inch think on a sheet of greaseproof paper on a baking sheet. Bake for 20 minutes at 160C/325F/Gas mark 3. Allow to cool and spread lashings of ‘Toffee Fudge Spread’ on top and you have a cheesecake with a delicious difference.

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