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This is a recipe my Mom used to make for Christmas gift giving. You can use any kind of nuts you want. It is particularly good with pecans or cashews. Make sure to do some peanuts this way as well, use blanched peanuts so you dont have the skins collecting the candied mixture in the bottom of the dish. You can make separate batches of different nuts, then mix them together after they have cooled. It is very important to use unsalted nuts. If there is any salt your mixture will not candy properly. These were done in a 600 watt microwave. With a higher wattage oven you will likely have to cook these at about 5 or 6 for the power level. As all microwaves cook differently it is a good idea to start with a batch of peanuts. If your sugar mixture starts to brown rather than crystalize you may have some salt in the nuts or the power level is too high. When cooked at the correct power level these nuts will have a lovely white crystalized coating on them. These taste so good it is worth the effort to figure out what power level works for your microwave.
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (33 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 16