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Panseiku – peanut candy

door Linda Terrizzi

Panseiku is one of the many delicacies that you can buy in a small street stall in the Antilles. The 'kos dushi' are known for being very sweet, but also very tasty.

And the recipes are simple: often no more than nuts with milk and sugar. Similarly in the case of panseiku. You can make this with the following recipe:



SUGAR / KITCHEN THERMOMETERS:

A good kitchen thermometer is indispensable for most candy and caramel recipes. You can measure very precisely whether the sugar is already at the right temperature. This prevents you from having to gamble. So the results will be much better with the help of a thermometer.

You can buy candy thermometers for a few euros (online). And once you have one, you can of course also use it for oil or meat!

blankIngredients:

  • 500gr sugar
  • 200ml water
  • 500gr roasted peanuts
  • a piece of freshly grated ginger
  • a cap of vanilla essence

Preparation panseiku:

Boil the sugar with the water until the sugar is completely dissolved.

Make sure the syrup reaches the 'hard caramel stage'. The ideal temperature is 120 degrees.



Remove the pan from the heat and add the ginger and vanilla essence.

Now add the peanuts and mix well.

Always take a large tablespoon of the mixture and place it on a baking tray lined with baking paper.

Due to the rapidly cooling temperature, it is important that you work quickly!



Let the panseiku cool and eat tasty!

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