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Mmmmm, I enjoy hazelnuts but never thought of treating them like this. They are a pain to skin so I didn't bother and the finished product didn't suffer at all. Seriously, who doesn't like crunchy coated nuts! :D
Unusual but very good. Made it with half hazelnuts, half almonds (and didn't skin either one). We actually preferred the almonds, but only slightly. I also forgot to stir it as per the last step. That turned out fine, it just formed a flat cookie that I broke apart afterward like toffee. It was a great flavor combination of sweet, buttery, salty and nutty.
Oh wow. These are superb. It is very cool to have found--in April--perfect holiday gifts. I am SO GLAD I tried them. Utterly delicious!
A bit of work, I thought, but well worth the raves from guests! I really loved these little tasties, but was happy enough when my friends devoured most of them ~ I think that if I make them another time it'll be as gifts or 'favors' at each place setting! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hit Wonders]
these are the BEST!! living in Oregon where hazelnut farming abounds,well, we had to try this one. and you cannot stop eating these nuts, once you get started. i have doubled the recipe with no problems. would make a nice gift at the holidays as well. yum-o!
Next time there should be a legitimate reason for preparing this recipe: Christmas party, for example. I've eaten too many of these. An unusual way to candy nuts, but turned out to be a winner. Don't let the cottage cheese-like look of the mixture scare you. It did me. Oh, and Chef Kate, I didn't skin the hazelnuts even though you specifically said I should. cg ;)
Lovely! Not something I'll make very often (hard to lose weight if these are in the house!) but they made a delightful treat. I cut the recipe in half before making it, but I doubt that affected the outcome. Thanks for posting!