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Bar Pan ok for Toffee candy?

its_me_susan

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I plan to make my famous chocolate toffee covered matzoh soon... I usually use a cookie sheet. Can I use the bar pan? What would you all suggest?

Here's the recipe & it's sister soda cracker recipe
 

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stephanieboyd

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After reading it, I would say just skip the foil under the parchment paper. It should work the same as it would on a metal cookie sheet. I have never actually had this, but I bet it's awesome on a stone!!
 

chef_leeanne

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I make microwave peanut brittle all the time and pour the hot brittle on a parchment lined bar pan. Comes out great every time. The concept is basically same - I agree with stephanie, skip the foil under the parchment. Let us know how it comes out.

And...thanks for sharing your "famous" :) recipe!!

Lee Anne
 

its_me_susan

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chef_leeanne said:
I make microwave peanut brittle all the time and pour the hot brittle on a parchment lined bar pan. Comes out great every time. The concept is basically same - I agree with stephanie, skip the foil under the parchment. Let us know how it comes out.

And...thanks for sharing your "famous" :) recipe!!

Lee Anne

thanks ladies! Lee Anee, you've posted the brittle recipe right (I just need to look it up)?
 
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RachelNguyen

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Hi Susan,

I have made that recipe with saltines. (not kosher that way, but darn delicious! and I love the combination of the salt with the sweet.) I think I will try it with Matzos next time... it sounds incredible!

I agree that parchment alone would probably work fine... because if any of the sugar stuck to the stone it would be easy to get it off with hot water and a scraper.

Let us know how you make out with it!
 

its_me_susan

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RachelNguyen said:
Hi Susan,

I have made that recipe with saltines. (not kosher that way, but darn delicious! and I love the combination of the salt with the sweet.) I think I will try it with Matzos next time... it sounds incredible!

I agree that parchment alone would probably work fine... because if any of the sugar stuck to the stone it would be easy to get it off with hot water and a scraper.

Let us know how you make out with it!

They taste similar, but the matzohs are sooooo much quicker to load! lol. I like it best with dark chocolate chips. I use a little more chocolate than is called for. VERY delicious!
 
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