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    07 August 2017

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    Ous' Thandi's Baking Show with Mihlali Ndamase

    This week, Ous’ Thandi is sharing her kitchen with beauty vlogger Mihlali Ndamase.

    This week, Ous’ Thandi is sharing her kitchen with beauty vlogger Mihlali Ndamase.

    YouTube star and all-round fashionista Mihlali Ndamase is used to showing off her beauty skills on her YouTube channel. Now she's in the kitchen alongside our own star in the kitchen, Ous’ Thandi.

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    Runway-Ready Red Candy Apples

    • 2½ cups granulated sugar
    • 100g powdered glucose (obtainable from a chemist)
    • 5ml vinegar
    • ½ cup water
    • 60g butter
    • 1 tablespoon red gel food colouring 
    • 10 small firm red apples
    • Wooden skewers

    Push skewers into the stalk end of each unwashed, unpeeled apple and set aside. In a pot, stir sugar, glucose, vinegar and water over a medium heat until the sugar has completely dissolved. Now rapidly boil, without stirring until the mixture reaches 155C-160C on a sugar thermometer (hard crack stage). Remove from the heat and quickly beat in the red food colouring and butter thoroughly. Ensure you add enough colour to create a bright red! Keep the pot of syrup over a larger pot of boiling water to keep the toffee workable whilst you dip the apples and twist them until they are completely coated. Leave the coated apples to cool on a greased tray. Because toffee apples become sticky, wrap them and keep in a cool dry place once they’re cold.  

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