|Peanuts (What's for Lunch)|
|by Claire Llewellyn|
Presents facts about the peanut, including where and how it is grown, harvested, and marketed, and what other products are made from peanuts.
1 - 10 of 99 for peanut brittle candy
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Melt sugar in ... crack on a candy thermometer). Remove from ... nuts which have been spread in a shallow, well greased pan. When cold, break into pieces.
Mix; cook until ... 1/2 cup raw peanuts. Cook until ... rise, then pour onto 2 ungreased cookie sheets. Shake back and forth to spread. Don't use spoon.
Mix sugar, water ... salt. Then add peanuts and candy thermometer; boil to ... well. Pour onto buttered porcelain or marble. Let cool and break into pieces.
Put sugar and ... syrup, salt and peanuts in and cook ... soda and mix good. Pour on greased baking sheet and spread out. Cool before breaking into pieces.
Put all in ... 2 cups roasted peanuts and cook until ... Stir until mix good and pour out on greased cookie sheet. Let set until cool and break in pieces.
In black iron ... water. Then add peanuts and butter, cook ... of soda. Mix well and pour into buttered pan spreading thinly. When cold break into pieces.
Combine peanuts, sugar, corn ... and 45 seconds on high. Take out and add baking soda; stir together. Pour on buttered pan. Let cool. Break into pieces.
Cook sugar, water ... boil stage. Add peanuts and butter. Cook ... stove and add vanilla and soda. Stir until foamy, then pour onto buttered cookie sheet.
Cook the sugar, ... Add butter and peanuts. Let simmer, ... break into pieces. This recipe was in our old church cook book and was requested to be repeated.
1. Mix sugar, peanuts, water and ... spread it in a buttered pan. While it is still warm mark it with a knife so that when it cools it will break in squares.
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