Pecan Brittle

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Bea L.


Found this recipe in the local newspaper many years ago. It's really good and easy to make. I like it better than peanut brittle because I find it easier on the teeth.


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  1. Mix sugar, syrup, butter and vinegar together in an iron frying pan. Allow it to come to a boil then add in the pecan halves. Stir & cook for 10 minutes.
  2. Remove from heat and add the 1 level tsp of baking soda. Stir & pour into two well greased large platters.
  3. Let cool and then break into pieces.

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Course/Dish: Candies
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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