Ready in 20 minutes
As close as I could make them to what you find on River Street in Savannah, GA
"This is a great recipe for mixed nuts too! I also had a thermometer that only went up to 220 degrees and kind of guessed on when to add the nuts, but they turned out wonderful. I did have to put the mixture back on heat to make it stick to the nuts."- Larawaya
Top-ranked recipe named "Pecan Pralines"
1) Combine both sugars, the vanilla and the evaporated milk in a saucepan.
2) Heat to 230 degrees (just below soft ball stage). Stir frequently so sugar does not burn.
3) Add the butter and continue to heat and stir until the mixture reaches 250 degrees (the temperature is very important).
4) Remove from the heat and stir in the pecans. Continue to stir until the mixture begins to cool and thickens.
5) Spoon out onto wax paper to cool. If the mixture thickens to much while spooning it out, heat just until it is soft enough again.
Great with a cup of Southern Pecan Coffee
Rocqude 3 months agoPerfect
pequilter 6 months ago
cookinggirl20 1 year agoCame out ok just need a little more practice.
alainaclark 1 year agoEasy and will make a great addition to holiday gift boxes! :)
CourtSport 1 year agoBig hit! Definitely a keeper!
Larawaya 2 years agoThis is a great recipe for mixed nuts too! I also had a thermometer that only went up to 220 degrees and kind of guessed on when to add the nuts, but they turned out wonderful. I did have to put the mixture back on heat to make it stick to the nuts.
KudzuCooper 2 years agoEasy to make and turned out wonderfully! My husband said these were even better than River Street Sweets in Savannah.
pequilter 5 years agothis are better than any I have tasted on River Street in Savannah
TimGa 5 years agoGreat with a cup of Southern Pecan Coffee [I posted this recipe.]