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A question about a recipe: Almond Brittle garnish with Sea Salt

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Can I use jaggery instead of white cane sugar when making this nut brittle? "Almond Brittle garnish with Sea Salt" from FrancesRenHuang. Thank you so much. ;o)

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Jaggery will give you a richer flavor & a darker color, since its basically sugar with the molasses left in. Nut brittles from India typically use jaggery instead of sugar (except with cashew nut brittle)