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DORIS'S PRALINES

Category:    Candies
Yield:12 servings
 
      4 c  Sugar                               1 cn Condensed milk
      5 c  Pecans                              1 ts Vanilla
      4 tb Karo syrup                          1 cn Water
      1 tb Butter                         
 
  Mix all ingredients except butter, vanilla, and pecans. Cook on low fire
  until the mixture forms a soft ball in cold water. Remove from fire. Add
  butter, vanilla, and pecans, and beat until the mixture holds its shape.
  Spoon onto buttered wax paper (Add old newspaper under your wax paper.) If
  candy gets hard before all is spooned out, add a little water, and heat
  over.  Or you can let it stand on low heat while spooning out. If you have
  never tasted freshly made pralines, made from fresh Louisiana pecans, you
  have just never really lived. Justin Wilson says, "Doris is the much better
  half (wife) of my good friend Gordon Martin, the sheriff of St. James
  Parish.  Every Christmas Eve we go by to see them after watching the
  bonfires that are burned on the levees along the Mississippi River to light
  the way for Papa Noel (Santa Claus).
 

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