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Handmade Peanut Brittle: Chewy, Toasted Perfection

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Peanut brittle is a classic Chaozhou candy enjoyed by people of all ages. Here in the town of Yuen Long, Hong Kong, we popped by a family-owned shop that still makes this sweet and fragrant snack by hand.

This is the first episode of our series about established mom-and-pop eateries in China, Hong Kong edition. In the next episode, we visit a stall in Tai Po known for its chicken feet. Stay tuned!


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00:00 Crunchy, chewy, yummy
01:20 How they roast peanuts
01:50 How the brittles are made
02:41 Improving the original recipe
03:40 Running a family business

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Producer: Yoyo Chow
Videographer: Nicholas Ko, Hanley Chu
Editor: Hanley Chu
Narration: Tiffany Ip
Mastering: César del Giudice

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