Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné

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Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné

Hazelnut Praliné is on the menu in Book recipe, and we are going to teach you how to make this delicious recipe from scratch!

Hazelnut Praliné is one of the basic components that’s used widely in pastry. It is an essential ingredient in hazelnut-related cakes and especially Paris-Brest. I even use it for Nutella.

I’ve shown you two methods in the tutorial so pls pick and choose whichever one you find comfortable- it’s not about one’s better than the other.

  • Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné
  • Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné
  • Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné
  • Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné
  • Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné
  • Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné
  • Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné

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Full complete recipe of Hazelnut Praliné
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Hazelnut Praliné

Rating: 5.0/5
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Serves: 6 Prep Time: Cooking Time: Nutrition facts: 200 calories 20 grams fat

Ingredients

Method 1 (Wet Caramel):

  • Hazelnuts 120g
  • Sugar 80g
  • Water 24g

Method 2 (Dry Caramel):

  • Roasted Hazelnuts 120g
  • Sugar 80g

 

Instructions

You need to roast the hazelnuts in advance for method 2. Watch the video.

Method 1 (Wet Caramel):

  1. Add sugar & water into the saucepan and make a sugar syrup of 114°C.
  2. Turn off the heat and add in the hazelnuts. Stir well until the sugar crystallizes completely.
  3. Turn the heat back on and stir until the sugar turns into caramel (dark brown color).
  4. Transfer it to a silicon mat and let it cool completely.
  5. Blend it smoothly in a blender.

Method 2 (Dry Caramel):

  1. Add sugar into the saucepan and make a caramel (dark brown color).
  2. Add in the hazelnuts and stir well.
  3. Transfer it to a silicon mat and let it cool completely.
  4. Blend it smoothly in a blender.

Notes

How to store:

Store in an airtight container in the fridge for 4 weeks (theoretically it lasts much longer 6months+, but the aroma disappears fairly quickly)

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