This recipe compares with the New Orlean's pralines I've tasted. It is important to use the whipping cream though if you want to keep the creamy, buttery taste that distinguishes them from just plain white fudge. Because microwaves differ, using the soft ball stage to determine when it is done is important. After nine minutes,just swirl a few drops of the cooked mixture into
ice water. If it dissipates, continue cooking until you can create a soft ball you can lift out of the water. Warning: Though good cooks taste their food, don't taste this or any candy until it is ready for the pan. It will scald you. (And, yes, I've experienced it!)
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This recipe compares with the New Orlean's pralines I've tasted. It is important to use the...