Cinnamon Pecan Pralines


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    12 to 14

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Appears in
The Food and Life of Oaxaca: Traditional Recipes from Mexico′s Heart

By Zarela Martínez

Published 1997

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These irresistible candies certainly justify their Spanish name, which means something like “luscious morsels,” Needless to say, the cinnamon used in this recipe is the same true cinnamon (canela) called for throughout the book, not the harsher-tasting cassia sold as cinnamon in U.S. markets. This is another recipe where a candy thermometer is essential.