Dessert & Baked Goods » Matzo Salty Surprise
Hilary Koloski of Cow & Crumb Baking Company offers her twist on a Passover holiday recipe from a family friend. No-frills unleavened matzo is the foundation for home-made hot and bubbly toffee. A crunchy almond topping adds just the right amount of texture. No piping bags or cookie cutters needed. Break the chilled result into pieces and share. Sweet, salty, crunchy and creamy, it's a great do-ahead idea that can be refrigerated or even frozen for those who like to plan ahead.
Posted Sunday, February 5, 2012, at 12:01 pm by Danielle Ceribo:I decided to make this last night for a superbowl party today. I had found a different recipe online, but decided to use this one. Perhaps I hadn't boiled the caramel enough (though I did time it for exactly 4 minutes as stated in the recipe), but the end result was way too sweet and had a grainy texture. I expected it to be smooth and at closer to the hard crack stage of candy rather than the crumbly texture that it was. The other recipe I had found uses only 1 cup each of butter and brown sugar. I will definitely try it that way next time.
Posted Thursday, February 17, 2011, at 4:02 pm by Jessie Zubatkin:i'm so making this tonite.
Add a Comment / Rate this Video
You must be logged in to comment!