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Old 06-01-2013, 06:44 PM   #21
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Pralines are an extremely sweet candy mixed with big pieces of pecans, usually somewhat cookie-shaped at least what I've found. They're very popular in New Orleans, but way too sweet for my taste. Kinda like a fluffy peanut brittle, only sweeter. And with pecans.
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Old 06-01-2013, 11:47 PM   #22
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Check out catseye's long post that links to a praline recipe. She starts talking about cookbook of Charleston food and how she didn't know there were different types of shrimp. Then others start talking about shrimp. Just like many threads today that wander somewhat off topic.
Something I am guilty of. But I am trying to change. So if you find me wandering, please rescue me. It is not intentional.
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Something I am guilty of. But I am trying to change. So if you find me wandering, please rescue me. It is not intentional.
No worries, we'll keep an eye on you
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Old 06-03-2013, 10:24 AM   #24
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This is an Italian recipe for SALTY pralines:

Ricotta, Parmesan Cheese and Pistachios Salty Pralines

(Typical Emilia Romagna recipe)

Ingredients:

5 tbsp peeled pistachios (for the pralines)
1 cup of ricotta cheese
3 tbsp of grated Parmesan cheese
2 tablespoon olive oil
salt
pepper
1-2 tablespoon of milk
7 tbsp peeled pistachios (for decoration)


Blend 5 tablespoons of pistachios in a mixer to obtain a flour.

In a large bowl put the ricotta and stir with a tablespoon to obtain a cream.
Add the pistachio flour, the Parmesan cheese, the olive oil and mix well.
Add salt and pepper at taste.
Add the milk only if the mixture seems too hard to stir.

With the mixture make little balls of the size of a walnut.
Let rest in the fridge for 30 minutes.

Coarsely chop 7 tablespoons of pistachios and put them in a plate.
Roll the balls in the chopped pistachios.
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