Croccante di Mandorle (Almond Brittle)
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Idalu December 20, 2016
It is good but way too sweet and hard. Unless one is supposed to eat them warm, it can be a bit painful to bite.
mehrunnisa June 6, 2012
mrs larkin, thanks for the wonderful recipe. i tweaked it a bit to go the middle eastern way but the family loved it. just in case you are interested i made hazelnut croccante with sumac spice. the recipe is here with a credit to you http://comeconella.blogspot.com/2012/06/sumac-and-hazelnut-croccante.html
mrslarkin June 6, 2012
I'm honored you tried, and liked, the croccante, mehrunnisa! Thank you so much for the blog post, too.
mehrunnisa May 19, 2012
what should the consistency of the final croccante be like. really hard or slightly chewy?
hardlikearmour December 23, 2011
This is really delicious! I love the anise flavor. Thanks, mrsklarkin!
hardlikearmour October 26, 2011
Love it, mrslarkin! Especially the instructions for spreading the brittle with the lemon half - what a great idea!
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