Peanut Brittle

Peanut Brittle
Another seven days, we will be in Year 2013.
You must be wondering what have you done or achieved in Year 2012.
The answer will be the same or different compare to Year 2011?
Whether you are now............
aching, angry, battered, betrayed, blessed, cared, cheerful, comfort, confused,
contented, delighted, despair, depressed, discouraged, dissappoint,
dissatisfied, happy, hurt, joyful, loved, lucky, miserable, pained, peaceful,
sad, sorrowful, thrilled, unhappy, upset or ............, just be grateful
that you are still here with your family and friends.
Just enjoy the days, months and years.
I would like to wish everyone in this world, A Happy New Year 2013.

This recipe adapted from Martha Stewart.

180g Salted Peanuts / 420g Caster Sugar
Little bit of Cooking Oil / Little bit of Butter / 1/2 cup Water



With the melted butter and brush the lined baking paper.

Note : Next try, I will omit the baking paper because it still stick to the 
baking paper eventhough I have brushed with melted butter.



With a heavy base saucepan, pour in the caster sugar and water.
Boil over high fire without stirring.



Look like this after 1 minute. (Do not stir)



Look like this after 3 minutes. (Do not stir)



Once you noticed it is beginning to brown, then you start to keep
on stirring until it is golden (about 3 more minutes).



Once it is golden amber in colour, turn off the fire. 



Pour in the salted peanuts and stir until well coated.



Pour the mixture into the buttered baking paper.  
Quickly spread with an oil spatula.
Let it cool and then break the brittle into pieces.



While breaking the brittle, myself already starting to eat.
My husband is the peanut lover also can't stop himself from taking.

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Comments

Simple Living said…
Your peanut brittle looks good! I will give this a try as you've made it look so easy to do.

Have a happy New Year 2013 too!
Must be full of nuts aroma , Happy New Year 2013 to you.,
Baby Sumo said…
A lovely teatime snack.

Happy New Year to you!
Hello, new follower here and I’d like to invite you to join me at my weekly Clever Chicks Blog Hop: http://www.the-chicken-chick.com/2012/12/clever-chicks-blog-hop-15-vetericyn.html



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Kelly Siew said…
I made a walnut version of this, so delicious! Happy New Year!
Zoe said…
Sorry that I was late visiting your post as I was away for a short Christmas break. Now back to blogging.

Happy 2013!

Nice to know your peanut lover husband is happy munching these over the Christmas season :D
Dear All, Apologise for the late reply. Been busy at work and home especially Chinese New Year is nearer. Thanks for all the wonderful comments. Have a good year. Take care.

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