It’s a very good recipe to learn from my colleagues in the office. No water and no oil, just care and patience. The process of sugar is very long, but all things need to be so fast, and the slowdown is a precious experience. Whether it's the afternoon of the winter weekend with the clear coffee or the hungry office in the afternoon as an energy bar, this peanut candy is full of positive energy. Lips and teeth are fragrant, you can't stop.
Stir-fried peanuts. Dry without oil, the fire in the process should be small, slowly stir fry, avoid frying.
Place the fried peanuts on the cutting board and chop the peanuts with a rolling pin. Blow off the peanut skin.
Sugar. Put all the sugar in a dry, oil-free pot, and simmer slowly for about 10-30 minutes (if you use gas or natural gas for about 10 minutes, if it is induction cooker, it will take 30 minutes). The sign of good sugar is to see that the sugar in the pot is not bubbling, the surface is bright, but don't turn black.
Turn off the fire. Pour the peanuts into the pan and stir the syrup together. It is quickly placed on the cutting board, and it is flattened with a rolling pin. It is about 1 cm thick and is flattened with a knife.
After that, it is cut into thin strips of finger biscuit size. The process must be done quickly and quickly. If the sugar is cool, it will be very bad.
The prepared peanut candy should be stored in a sealed can to prevent moisture.
This peanut candy is very crispy and the process is very simple. The only thing you need is patience because the process is slow. This peanut candy will not pollute the cutting board, completely non-stick, very magical, the pot is also very good to wash, simple soaking even detergent is not necessary, much higher than the oil formula, huh, huh. In the state where the sugar can be wrapped, the peanuts can be put as much as possible to reduce the proportion of sugar in the peanut sugar, and the taste is more crispy. Be sure to pay attention to the color of the sugar. If it gets darker, it will stop. This is the performance of sugar. If the fire is too big, it is likely that the sugar has been hydrated and has not evaporated.