How long does it take to boil sugar to soft ball stage?

“How long does it take to boil sugar to soft ball stage?”

Allow the temperature to rise on the thermometer until it stops, approximately 10 to 12 minutes. If the thermometer is accurate it should read 212°F, at sea level. See boiling point for other altitudes below.

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“How do you know when sugar is at soft ball stage?”

Using a clean spoon, carefully take a little of the syrup and drop it into the bowl of cold water. Leave to cool for a moment then pick up the ball of syrup. If it’s pliable, sticky and can be moulded in your fingers easily, it has reached the soft ball stage and the syrup can be used to make fudge and marzipan.

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“How long does it take for caramel to reach soft ball stage?”

The recipe I use takes about 45 minutes to reach soft ball stage.

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“How long does it take to boil maple syrup to soft ball stage?”

In a large heavy-bottomed saucepan, bring the maple syrup to a boil over medium-high heat stirring occasionally. Boil until syrup reaches 235 degrees F (110 degrees C) on a candy thermometer. Remove from heat and cool to 175 degrees F (80 degrees C) without stirring, about 10 minutes.

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“How long does sugar mixture boil?”

Preparation: In a high-sided saucepan over medium-high heat, bring cold water and sugar to a boil. Turn the heat to low and stir constantly until the sugar dissolves completely and the mixture is clear, approximately 3 to 5 minutes. Remember – the longer you boil it, the thicker the syrup will be when cooled.

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“How do you bring sugar to the soft ball stage?”

Pour one teaspoon of sugar mixture into cold water. It will form slightly thicker threads as it drops through the cold water. If you remove the threads from the cold water you will be able to form them into a small ball by rolling between your thumb and forefinger. The ball will be soft and can be easily flattened.

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“How can you tell if fudge is soft ball stage?”

Soft ball stage is 112-115c (234-240c). You can also test for soft ball stage by using a glass of cold water. When the fudge has boiled for about 10 minutes start to test by dropping a little of the mixture into a glass of cold water.

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“What temp is hard ball stage?”

If the candy forms a firm but not hard ball, it is in the firm ball stage. The temperature of this stage is between 242° — 248°F. Caramels are cooked to the firm ball stage. If the candy forms thick threads when it drips from the spoon, it is in the hard ball stage or 250° — 265°F.

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“What temperature is soft boil stage?”

At the soft-ball stage, sugar and water boil to 240–250 degrees Fahrenheit, and the sugar syrup contains about 90 percent sugar. For some candies, the soft-ball stage is just one step in the candy-making process.

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“How do you know when caramel is ready?”

To avoid burning the caramel, it’s just a matter of being vigilant. The melted sugar should be cooked until it’s a deep amber colour — it’s done when it starts to smoke and begins to foam just a little bit. At this point, it should be removed from the heat immediately to stop the sugar from darkening any further.

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“What is soft boil stage?”

A method of testing sugar syrup to see if it has boiled to the proper stage of cooking. It is the point when a drop of boiling syrup is dropped into cold water and forms a soft ball which will flatten on its own when removed. On a candy thermometer the temperature would have reached at least 234°F.

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“What happens when you put sugar in boiling water?”

The addition of sugar to boiling water forms a paste, which sticks to skin and intensifies burns. It is a tactic commonly used in prisons, where it is described as “napalm” due to the way it attaches to skin and burns.

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“When making fudge what is soft ball stage?”

What is the soft ball stage for fudge? The soft-ball stage is a cooking term meaning that at this point of heating, the sugar concentration in the syrup is 85%. The soft ball stage is the point when melted sugar is 236 F degrees.

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“At what temperature does sugar water boil?”

Water can’t rise above 212 degrees, the temperature at which it boils. Sugar syrup (sugar and water), though, can get much hotter because sugar melts at a much higher temperature. When we cook sugar syrup, the water starts to evaporate at 212 degrees.

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“How long does it take to reach hard crack stage?”

Continue boiling, uncovered, not stirring the mixture but shaking the saucepan occasionally to distribute the heat as the mixture turns amber in about 9 minutes, then darker amber as it registers 305 degrees on the thermometer (hard-crack stage ), about 3 minutes longer.

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“How do you know when syrup is ready?”

When the syrup reaches 7 degrees Fahrenheit over the boiling point of water (212 degrees F), or 219 degrees F, the syrup should be done.

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