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Reviewed Peanut Brittle
"First time, Excellent! I almost didn't make this recipe because my neighbor below did an ALL CAPS "DNU" on it, but I whole hearted disagree.. It was very easy and turned out very good. I used TJ's (wink wink) lightly salted roasted nuts and they were the perfect balance of sweet and salty. I followed instructions to a "t" and when it darkened I pulled it off and poured it. My Thermometer (very old...grandma's maybe) read 350 when it came off. I had plenty of time to spatula it, it was very hot and stayed manageable for enough time to flatten it, maybe because I has the peanuts in a metal bowl near the cooking mixture that they were warm? It is different, spicy, nice! Don't be afraid, do it. I didn't stir it at all when the lid came off. Tools: All Clad pan, Silpat and old thermometer.