Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Peanut & Wasabi Sesame Seed Brittle (Nigella Lawson)








Peanut & Wasabi Sesame Seeds Brittle
Adapted from Nigella .com

Ingredients:
100g salted peanuts
100g caster sugar
50g wasabi flavored  sesame seeds

Directions:

1)      Add sugar in a sauce pan & melt it on low heat .  Shake the pan a little as the sugar & till sugar starts to clump together . From greyish / sliver colour then it’ll starts to turn caramel color .  



2)      Once the sugar darkens a little into camarelly & shimmery , add in peanuts .  Pour the caramel mixture onto a  baking tray lined with greaseproof paper . Spread it evenly & topped with wasabi sesame seeds .  Let to cool & set as hard as rock . Once harden you can break it with hands & enjoy!


Linking this post to Cook Like A StarCook Like Nigella Lawson event hosted this month by Joyce of Kitchen Flavours & Anuja from Simple Baking . This event is organized by Zoe from Bake For Happy Kids . 





16 comments:

  1. HI Kit, my quick Hi after a long break. the brittles look so crunchy & so sweeeettt.. the shining caramel made me drooling over here. It is my 1st time to hear about this wasabi sesame.. new lesson I guess..

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  2. This look awesome and look delicious too! Love Nigella! Kit

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  3. What fabulous looking brittle, Kit. This coming from someone who isn't all that fond of brittle, lol...Totally intrigued by the Wasabi Sesame Seeds. I'll be looking for those!

    Thanks for sharing, Kit...Your pictures are mesmerizing:)

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  4. Hi Kit,

    You must be wasabi-loving person. I like wasabi but only with sushi :p

    However, I reckon that the use of your wasabi flavored sesame seeds to make this sesame seed brittle make this extra-interesting.

    Zoe

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  5. Oh I dont think I've ever seen wasabi sesame seeds before here, you get much more exotic stuff over there than here. :)

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  6. Very nice looking sesame seeds although I am not a fan of wasabi:P This brittle sounds easy but not so because I have burnt enough sugar while trying to caramelize it lol!

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  7. Oh Kit!! This brittle must be bursting with nuts, seed and wasabi flavor..:p
    I would like to have a few pieces because just simply can't stop at a piece..:D

    Love the first click ..Looks very CNY..hehe
    (with the red peony and the orange mandarin...love it)

    mui

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  8. Hi Kit,
    Lovely brittles, Kit! This has been on my list of to-try. I've got to check the expiry date of my peanuts first!!!
    I have never seen wasabi sesame seeds, perhaps the store that sells Japanese food stuffs might have it. I am not a fan of wasabi but I think I would not mind these!
    Thanks for linking!

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  9. Wasabi sesame seeds?? That sounds awesome by itself, then you add it on a beautiful brittle. Great job!

    Happy Blogging!
    Happy Valley Chow

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  10. Wasabi sesame seeds are so cool! I am sure the brittle must have tasted great with such wonderful combination of ingredients.

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  11. Kit , much as I hate wasabi , I can't help but sigh over the wasabi sesame seeds , so pretty ! And I love sesame seeds lol Your brittles are the prettiest I've seen so far !

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  12. Oh my! very colorful brittle and fresh flavor!

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  13. oh, send some of these brittles to your dentist and i'm sure he wont have any complaints abt eating this anymore :D

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  14. Hi Kit, wow... your peanuts brittle look so professional. Really addictive, hard to stop munching. Excellent! You're really good. Love your gorgeous flowers.

    Have a nice day. With hugs and love to you.

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  15. Wow, Kit, I bet this brittle is really tasty with the sweet and kick from the Wasabi! Very interesting and different twist on peanut brittle!

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  16. Ooohhhh.....wasabi. Brittle - my husband favourite.

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