praline

[n] - cookie-sized candy made of brown sugar and butter and pecans
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Praline

(PRAH-leen) Paste of crushed hazelnuts/almonds, caramelised sugar and chocolate.
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Praline

Pra'line (prä'lēn) noun [ French] A confection made of nut kernels, usually of almonds, roasted in boiling sugar until brown and crisp. « Bonbons, pralines , . . . saccharine, crystalline substances of all kinds and colors.» Du Maurier.
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praline

noun cookie-sized candy made of brown sugar and butter and pecans
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Praline

• (n.) A confection made of nut kernels, usually of almonds, roasted in boiling sugar until brown and crisp.
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praline

in French confectionery, a cooked mixture of sugar, nuts, and vanilla, often ground to a paste for use as a pastry or candy filling, analogous to ...
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Praline

Praline can refer to confections made from nuts and sugar syrup, whether in whole pieces or a ground powder, or to any chocolate confection containing the ground powder or nuts. Belgian pralines are different; they consist of a hard chocolate shell with a softer, sometimes liquid, filling. French pralines are a combination of almonds and carameliz
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Praline

Nuts and sugar baked hard and crushed.
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Praline

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.
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Praline

a paste made of ground caramelized nuts and chocolate.
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