Back in the early 1970's I got my first Microwave. It was big and costly, but I "had" to have one. Of course now we can't live with out it.
I remember taking a cooking class on how to use one. I don't think I did much at first, except warm food, which is what we use it most for today.
My Fridgidare microwave came with a small recipe book and this Microwave Peanut Brittle recipe was included. I tried it and was hooked. So for more than 30 years I have made peanut brittle this way, and it is as good as ever. Quick, easy and tasty...Enjoy!
Ingredients For microwave peanut brittle
light karo syrup
How To Make microwave peanut brittle
Mix Karo Syrup, Sugar, Slt and Peanutes in a 1 1/2 quart microwave proof dish. Cook for 4 minutes on high, stir and cook for an additional 3 1/2 minutes on high power.
Stir in butter and vanilla and cook for 1 minute on high power.
Add baking soda and stir lightly. Spread out very thinly on greased aluminum foil. Cool completely and then break into pieces.
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