Friday, April 23, 2010

Kappalandi Mittai - Peanut Toffee

Ingredients
  1. Peanuts (roasted & skinless) – 1 cup
  2. Sugar – ½ cup
  3. Butter – 1 tbsp
Method
  1. Heat sugar in a thick bottom pan on medium heat.
  2. Stir continuously to get a molten syrup in golden brown.
  3. Then add butter and peanuts and mix well.
  4. Transfer into a greased tray.
  5. Spread as thinly as possible.
  6. Before it cools cut into desired shapes.
  7. Keep in an airtight container.

15 comments:

  1. looks like shop bought only !!
    Never tried b4...Should try out soon..

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  2. the peanut tofee looks so delicious.perfect one.i used to prepare it with jaggery..will try the sugar next time..
    kappalandi mitayi our favorite midayi.here hard to find the exact one we used to get from native.
    Thanks for sharing..nice pic too

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  3. I agree to that first comment....love these and can munch on these for ever...nice pic too

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  4. Healthy and delicious toffee.. looks awesome!!

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  5. Superb aayittundu ketto..So perfect!!

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  6. wow,first time here. u have a lovely blog. kappalandi muttai looks very tempting. happy to follow u.

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  7. Awesome...They look so perfect.You can't imagine how much I love this :-)

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  8. Cant tell u how much I love peant bars. I love the crunchy taste of peanuts and if I had to be honest, I consume them so much every day that one be in a shock seeing me! It's peanutty addiction. U have a lovely site. Nice layout too.

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  9. very good recipe...nice collection of recipes...will be back to look for more!

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  10. Chiki looks wonderful, very authentic preparation. Like all your recipes, puttu kadala curry is very inviting to me:)

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  11. Oh My God!!! My all time Favorite snack!!! Definitely I will give a try!!! Perfect look and mouth watering too!!!

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  12. WoW YummY YummY

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