28gms liquid glucose
100gms sliced almonds
30gms rolled oats
Bring the butter, sugar, liquid glucose and cream to the boil.
Add sliced almonds and rolled oats and simmer boil for a further 3 mins.
Spread the mixture onto a tray lined with baking paper. Cook at 190 degrees c for 8 - 10 mins or until golden brown. Cool, and while still warm cut into long fingers or triangles.
I started by amending the recipe, I wanted to use hazelnuts and almonds, not oats. I then started chopping the nuts as I knew these would need to be ready when the mix was boiling.
Next I measured out the butter, sugar, glucose and cream
mixed together and placed in a saucepan
bring to the boil
add the nuts and boil for three more minutes
spread out on a baking tray covered with parchment
make sure it's even
then place in the oven for a further 8 minutes (I checked every two)
I checked it and it scared me! it was all bubbling up!
as you can see, mine got a little burnt, I am sure my mum's oven or trays are wonky
I broke mine up into bite size pieces as I was taking them to a BBQ. I've always been hesitant to work with sugar/glucose as from a young age I was taught that sugar gets very hot and you have to be cautious. I did try and make a tarte tatin one that didn't go well at all, so I think I'll try once more and if not, no more sugar play for me! They are very tasty little bites but they could have gone a lot better in my opinion.