How to make Pralin

Hello Everyone!!!

Today I want to share my favorite dessert topping.

Pralin is a caramel-coated nut crushed with dough rolling pin.
It is an ingredient in many cakes, pastries, mousse, and ice creams.

If Pralin is has been mixed with chocolate, it becomes Praline in French.

I always make some onboard or when I’m at home because my kids really love it.

How to make Pralin
How to make Pralin – Photo by Nino Almendra

Now on with the cooking…

How to make Pralin

Prep. time: 5 minutes

Cooking time: 10 minutes

Oven temperature: 250’C

Difficulty: Very Easy

You will need;

1 1/2 cup (300 grams) white granulated sugar

2 large eggs

100 grams almond flakes

Direction;

Preheat the oven to 250’C

Place all the ingredients on a baking sheet (50x36x6cm)

Mix all together the ingredients and spread evenly on the baking sheet

Bake at 250’C, checking every few minutes. Stir regularly, it is ready when dry and golden brown.

Let it cool down. Crush it with dough rolling pin.

Here’s where I use it;

How to make Pralin
Mango Pralin Sanrival – Photo by Nino Almendra
How to make Pralin
Banana Turon with Pralin – Photo by Nino Almendra
How to make Pralin
Peach Pralin Sansrival

Thanks a lot for spending your precious time on my blog and hope this recipe encourage you to try making some homemade Pralin.


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