Introduction: The Very Best Butterscotch
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Step 1: Ingredients and Equipment
You will need:
25g (1oz) Butter
25g (1oz) Castor Sugar
25g (1oz) Golden Syrup
600ml (1pt) Milk
75ml (3 fl oz) Natural Yoghurt
Medium to Large Saucepan
Step 2: Saucepan Stuff
First, put the saucepan on the scales and tare it (make the scales go to zero). Now, put in the 25g butter, sugar and golden syrup. Your scales should say 75g or if you have even numbered scales, make it 76g.
Put this over a low heat on your stove-top. Keep stirring until the butter has melted and the sugar has dissolved. This should take around 10 minutes. When this is done, shut off the stove.
Add 100ml's or so of milk (doesn't really matter how much but a small amount). Now transfer everything in the saucepan into the jug.
Step 3: Jug Stuff
Add a but more of the milk and all of the yoghurt into the jug. Whisk it all together. Add the rest of the milk and whisk that in aswell.
The Concoction is complete.
Cover the top with cling film and chill in the fridge before serving.