Donâ€™t worry, weâ€™ll explain how itâ€™s pronouncedâ€¦.
While weâ€™re still fully aboard the fudge train, making a point to try out as many varieties of the stuff as we can get our hands on, thereâ€™s a slightly different version, a cousin to fudge, if you will, that we came across the other day. Penuche (pronounced: â€œpeh-noo-cheeâ€) is visibly similar to fudge, but itâ€™s slightly lighter, because itâ€™s made with milk instead of heavy cream. Plus, it primarily uses brown sugar instead of white sugar, which gives it a rounder, more caramel or toffee-esque flavor that is absolutely addictive.
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