|The Peanut Butter Cookbook|
|by Mable Hoffman|
The New York Times bestselling author of Crockery Cookery and The Complete Tomato Cookbook has coooked up a collection of deliciously diverse reci...
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I use a 2 quart glass microwave bowl/pitcher and a wooden spoon. Place in bowl and stir together. Cook 5 minutes at highest level; stir at halfway ...
Combine sugar, water ... heat. Add raw peanuts and salt. Mixture ... use forks to pull on the candy ... out thin. Butter your hands and pull to thin out.
Butter baking sheet ... frequently. Stir in peanuts and continue cooking, ... spread and stretch brittle to thin layer. ... to the sides. Pull the candy gently ... lightly buttered baking sheet.
Place all ingredients ... boil until the peanuts pop. It will ... waxed paper to cool. Begin pulling from the outer edges. Be careful! Mixture will burn.
(Test thermometer for ... with skins) Spanish peanuts and 1 tablespoon ... Immediately begin to pull out from edges, ... all out before it hardens. YUMMY!
Cook sugar, syrup, ... soft ball. Add peanuts and cook until ... pulling until the center is reached. Pull as thin as possible. The pulling is MOST important.
Mix together these ... in microwave (HIGH). Pull; add 1 ... tablespoon soda, then pour immediately on greased cookie sheet. Let cool and break into pieces.
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