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Caramcheese

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Introduction

This is a very easy recipe for a spectacular result. Is a way to serve little bites of chees on a luxurious square of caramel and hazelnut.

This is a very easy recipe for a spectacular result. Is a way to serve little bites of chees on a luxurious square of caramel and hazelnut.

Ingredients

Serves: First of dessert

Metric Cups
  • 750 grams granulated sugar
  • 200 grams hazelnuts
  • cheese (your favourite cheese cut into bites - quatity depends on numbers)
  • 26 ounces granulated sugar
  • 7 ounces hazelnuts
  • cheese (your favourite cheese cut into bites - quatity depends on numbers)

Method

Caramcheese is a community recipe submitted by Slelly and has not been tested by Nigella.com so we are not able to answer questions regarding this recipe.

  • Crush the hazelnuts, but not too much finely.
  • Put a little bit of sugar in a small saucepan on fire (little fire), do not mix, otherwise the sugar crystallizes.
  • Wait until the sugar melts and becomes honey-colored;
  • Add a little bit of sugar and repeat, until all the sugar is melted.
  • Add hazelnut to the caramel and stir very quickly, keeping the sauepan on the fire;
  • Pour the caramel on a large baking paper sheet and cover it with a second sheet
  • With a rolling pin, flatten caramel with hazelnuts, passing over the paper (the thickness should be about 0,5 cm)
  • Remove the top sheet of paper and let cool completely.
  • When cool, give square shape to base of caramel and hazelnut, cutting with a hot knife.
  • Take the caramel and put on a serving dish.
  • Put the cheese on the caramel base and serve with toothpicks.
  • After eating the cheese, your friends, break the caramel to taste it ... you can let the guest of honor to break the caramel!
  • This is a very simple recipe, which is dedicated to conviviality, ideal for a cold winter evening.
  • Serve the CARAMCHEESE, first of the dessert...to create a continuity with the salted food and like opening to dessert with sweetness of caramel...
  • Crush the hazelnuts, but not too much finely.
  • Put a little bit of sugar in a small saucepan on fire (little fire), do not mix, otherwise the sugar crystallizes.
  • Wait until the sugar melts and becomes honey-colored;
  • Add a little bit of sugar and repeat, until all the sugar is melted.
  • Add hazelnut to the caramel and stir very quickly, keeping the sauepan on the fire;
  • Pour the caramel on a large baking paper sheet and cover it with a second sheet
  • With a rolling pin, flatten caramel with hazelnuts, passing over the paper (the thickness should be about 0,5 cm)
  • Remove the top sheet of paper and let cool completely.
  • When cool, give square shape to base of caramel and hazelnut, cutting with a hot knife.
  • Take the caramel and put on a serving dish.
  • Put the cheese on the caramel base and serve with toothpicks.
  • After eating the cheese, your friends, break the caramel to taste it ... you can let the guest of honor to break the caramel!
  • This is a very simple recipe, which is dedicated to conviviality, ideal for a cold winter evening.
  • Serve the CARAMCHEESE, first of the dessert...to create a continuity with the salted food and like opening to dessert with sweetness of caramel...
  • Tell us what you think