|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.
Tip: Try peanut brittle for more results.
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Reserve some peanut brittle for the top. ... drips. Pour chocolate mix evenly over filling, spreading it quickly with spatula. Freeze, decorate with brittle.
Combine corn syrup ... about 1 pound. NOTE: For clear caramel-type brittle, omit the baking soda. You can use pecans, cashews or almonds, instead of peanuts.
(For years Maudine made this on Christmas Eve. She also made brittle with pecans.)
Combine sugar, corn ... mixture reaches the soft ball stage (230°F). Add peanuts when the temperature ... stretch it thin by lifting and pulling from edges.
Combine sugar, syrup ... mixture reaches the soft ball stage or ... soft ball. Add peanuts and salt; cook ... When cold, crack into pieces. Makes 2 pounds.
Combine sugar, corn syrup and water. Cook to soft ball stage (with ... ball stage, add peanuts and cook until ... made this when she was a girl at home.
Combine sugar, corn ... mixture reaches the soft ball stage (236 degrees). Add peanuts and salt; cook ... airtight container. This candy is an excellent keeper.
Combine the sugar, ... reaches 236 degrees, soft ball stage. Add peanuts and salt and ... is as thin as possible. When it is cold, break it into pieces.
Cook sugar, syrup and water to soft ball stage (mixture ... cold water). Add peanuts. Continue cooking ... (mixture is very brittle when dropped into ... cool, break into pieces.
Combine sugar, corn ... dissolves. Cook to soft ball or soft ... best results. Add peanuts and salt. Cook ... recipe makes perfect peanut brittle every time.
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