|Cooked to Perfection|
|by Phyllis Corella|
Andrew and Phyllis Corella were born in New York City in East Harlem and raised at a time when food was kept cold in an icebox.
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Preheat oven to ... shape of a turtle. Place a caramel on top of ... oven and press caramels down with a ... Wrap in plastic wrap and store in refrigerator.
In the top ... cream, butter and caramels. Lay pecans ... mixture over pecans. Let stand overnight at room temperature. Dip into following mixture to coat:
Place unwrapped caramels on greased cookie ... in oven until chocolate softens. You may need to spread chocolate a little with a knife so top is covered.
Melt caramels in water in ... cookie sheet or onto waxed paper. Let stand in freezer for several hours. Use half of the chocolate at a time. Makes 2 dippings.
In the top ... boiler, melt the caramels. Add the ... teaspoon, drop the candy on wax paper ... them. Let the turtles stand until the candy is hardened.
Melt milk and caramels together. Add chopped ... boiler, melt chocolate and paraffin together. Dip each candy piece in chocolate and put on waxed paper.
Mix cake mix, ... 350 degrees. Melt caramels with 1/3 cup ... cake/caramel mixture in oblong pan. Bake an additional 18 and let set before cutting into squares.
Melt caramels and milk in ... cookie sheets. Let cool. Melt candy bars and paraffin in double boiler. Dip turtles in chocolate and replace on cookie sheets.
Or 1/2 package ... double boiler mix caramels and milk. When ... together in a double boiler. Dip cooled caramels in chocolate and allow to set on waxed paper.
Melt caramels and cream in double boiler. Add nuts. Drop by teaspoon on buttered cookie sheet. Let stand an hour. Melt chocolate and pour over caramels.
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