Old Fashioned Praline Candy Recipe

Combine sugar, margarine and milk. Cook to a soft ball stage. (when a little placed in a cup of cold water forms a soft ball) Remove from heat and stir in vanilla and pecans. Stir …

Servings: 20-24
Total Time: 35 mins
Category: Candy
Calories: 199 per serving
1. Combine sugar, margarine and milk.
2. Cook to a soft ball stage.
3. (when a little placed in a cup of cold water forms a soft ball) Remove from heat and stir in vanilla and pecans.
4. Stir until it begins to thicken (doesn't take long, will have to work fast).

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Directions. In a large heavy saucepan, combine the sugar, buttermilk and baking soda. Cook and stir over medium heat until a candy thermometer reads 210°. Stir in butter and pecans; cook until thermometer reads 230°. Remove from the heat; add vanilla. Beat with a wooden spoon until mixture loses its gloss and begins to set, about 8 minutes.

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It wasn’t until a few years back that I figured out how to make pralines. I even uploaded the recipe, and video on YouTube for pecan pralines. However, since then- I revised the recipe! My first recipe was a combination of sugar, evaporated milk, vanilla, pecans, and butter… My new recipe uses half & half ( half milk, half cream).

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Mix white sugar, brown sugar, and diluted milk. Stir over low heat until sugar dissolves. Increase heat and cook rapidly, without stirring, to soft ball stage (240 degrees F). Remove from heat; add butter, vanilla and pecans. Beat until creamy.

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The southern pecan pralines recipe is a traditional southern dessert that is made with pecans, brown sugar, and butter. This recipe for Old Fashioned Pecan Pralines is the epitome of Southern indulgence! Mama’s Kitchen in New Orleans is similar. The finest pecan candy in New Orleans! They’re just sweet enough and very tasty!

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How to make old fashioned pralines?

Yes, these old-fashioned pralines are basically sugar disks and they are SO tasty. Below is the basic method. Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper; set aside. In a medium saucepan stir together the sugars, heavy whipping cream, and the baking soda. Over medium heat bring to a boil stirring occasionally.

What is southern praline candy?

This Southern praline recipe produces sweet, slightly crumbly, brown sugar candies loaded with toasted pecans. It's important that the pecans are well-toasted so they impart maximum flavor and crunch to the candy. But more importantly, use a candy thermometer to make sure the sugar is cooked to the right temperature.

What are some tips for making praline candy?

Our praline recipe is simple, but working with sugar can be a little tricky. Here are some handy tips from pastry chef and Southern Living Foods contributor Micah A. Leal: (1) Use a candy thermometer to guarantee that you cook the candy mixture to the right temperature.

What is the best way to make pecan pralines?

Pecan Pralines are a classic that you have to try! Sweet and salty candy perfection. Line counter top or baking sheet with a sheet of parchment paper or wax paper. In a heavy dutch oven over medium heat, combine brown sugar, heavy cream, corn syrup and butter. Over medium heat, stirring constantly, bring to a boil.

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