A confection made of nut kernels, usually of almonds, roasted in boiling sugar until brown and crisp.
A smooth blend of finely ground roasted hazelnuts, sugar and chocolate.
(Praw leen') Brown sugar, pecan-filled, candy patty. ( Very sweet and so delicious you can't eat just one! )
French for candied, usually referring to nuts. Many classic French bonbons are filled with crunchy almond or hazelnut praline; these are also called croquantes, meaning crunchy. However, in Belgium, praline is used as a general term for chocolates.
Praline is a mixture of roasted almonds (or hazelnuts) combined with caramel. It can be pureed into a paste or crushed. It has been used in French patisserie since the 16th century. The paste is used to flavour mousse, buttercreams and ice cream and in the fillings of chocolates. Crushed praline can be folded into pastry creams and buttercreams or used as decoration on cakes. There is also a soft candy from New Orleans named Praline: a mix of brown sugar, butter, cream and pecans.
Brittle candy made of almonds and caramelized sugar.
Delicat blend of sugar, hazelnut, and/or almonds, this garnish exclusive to Neuhaus is just asking to be melted in your mouth.
Pralines is the Belgian name for chocolates, both in French and in Flemish. A praline is a Belgian chocolate made of delicious Belgian chocolate encapsulating a mouth-watering filling.
Smooth, creamy candy made of sugar and butter, with pecans or other nuts mixed in for crunch.
A chocolate with a soft centre, predominately created with caramelised sugar, roasted and finely ground hazelnuts or almonds.
cookie-sized candy made of brown sugar and butter and pecans
a piece of chocolate that contains a filling
a uniquely southern crunchy treat made out of melted brown sugar, butter, and pecans
A confection made with pecans and brown sugar. Recipe: New Orleans Pralines
a confection containing nuts and syrup.
In French cookery this is a powder or paste made of caramelized almonds and/or hazelnuts. American cookery refers to a candy consisting of caramel and pecans.
A sweet made of almonds and sugar.
A confection containing nuts, made from a syrup.
a sweet confection containing almonds and other nuts
a confection made of nut kernels, especially almonds or pecans, stirred in boiling sugar syrup until crisp and brown.
filling used in chocolate bonbons, made of chocolate and a variety of roasted nuts.
The word "praline" may cause some confusion when shopping for chocolates. Different countries/cultures use the word to mean different candies. In the US, "praline" is most commonly used to refer to almond or pecan candies mixed with caramelized sugar. In some cultures "praline" means any filled chocolates, in some it means any chocolates, while still others use "praline" to mean either type of chocolate candy.
A candy patty of creamy sugar (most often brown) and pecans. Often used as a light dessert.
Either asweet consisting of an almond coated with caramilsed sugar or a preparation consisting of crushed Almonds and Hazlenuts that have been coated in caramalised suger. which is used for flavouring ice creams and as a filling in pther seets and chocolates.see Recipe.
a hard candy made of sugar cooked to 310 degrees on the candy thermometer, to which almonds or pecans are added. The candy is cooled in butter, then cracked and the confection is used as topping. It may also be poured directly onto a pudding or cake icing as a sweet garnish.
Praline is a family of confections made from nuts and sugar syrup.