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HOW TO MAKE NEW ORLEANS PRALINES

HOW TO MAKE NEW ORLEANS PRALINES

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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?

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New Orleans Pralines are the perfect Christmas candy. #candy #pralines #Christmas candy

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14 Responses to HOW TO MAKE NEW ORLEANS PRALINES

  1. You state in the recipe to stir the candy a 100 strokes, is this a typo? After about 35 the candy is so hard you can’t get it out of the pot.

  2. I just finished making these and I’m not sure what I did wrong. I followed your instructions to a “t” and have a candy thermometer, however, they came out grainy instead of smooth and are not spreading. Help?

  3. I love all desserts with nuts and am so sad about this time of year. I developed a pecan nut allergy. 🙂 Do you think walnuts will work as well? I know that they are used in many recipes and cashews are not my favorite nut for desserts, they are too soft.

  4. These look awesome. It reminds me of standing at the window outside a shop that makes those pralines. The aroma in their shop was too enticing not to buy a box to take home and share . But all of New Orleans has wonderful flavors and these are the best. Good memories of good food and good times.

    Wishes for tasty dishes,
    Linda
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      Thank you for stopping by Recipes for our Daily Bread and leaving me a comment. God allows me to do what I enjoy doing which is blogging. I just pray I will always honor HIM with my blog. I truly enjoy blogging and get excited when others follow me. Please consider receiving my e-mail updates. See right hand corner of my homepage. I am a Southern Food & Travel blogger & a Christian. I blog about RECIPES, RESTAURANT REVIEWS, FAITH, FAMILY, TRAVEL EXPERIENCES & GIVEAWAYS. Visit again anytime!

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