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Thank you for stopping by to see these delicious New Orleans Pralines.
If you have ever wanted to learn how to make them, I am glad you landed on this post. I am going to teach you how.
Everyone knows New Orleans is famous for its Pralines, which they pronounce “praw-leens”. How about trying this amazing New Orleans Pralines-Recipe?
If you say “pray-leens”, everyone will know that you are not from the New Orleans area. Pralines are a candy made with milk and sugar and cooked to a soft ball stage at 240 degrees F. Pralines are a sweet, creamy, confectionary treat. The six years that we lived on the northshore of New Orleans inspired me to learn everything I could about cooking the wonderful foods that New Orleans is famous for. This includes Pralines, Beignets, White Chocolate Bread Pudding, White Chocolate Creme Brulee, King Cake, BBQ Shrimp, Chicken and Sausage Gumbo, Crab Bisque, and much more. I still have a long way to improve on some of these things, but I love to practice. My family does not mind me practicing either.
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