To this mixture, add powdered sugar bit by bit until a dough forms. It's similar to making cookie dough, but there's no need for baking later on. Once your dough has reached a pliable consistency, you can add in some crushed peanuts or any other nuts of your preference, if you like. This will give the candy an extra crunch and flavor that complements the sweetness.

Roll the dough out on a flat surface sprinkled with more powdered sugar to prevent sticking. Aim for a thickness of about a quarter inch. Once rolled out, use a knife or pizza cutter to slice the dough into small rectangles or squares.

The candy can be enjoyed as it is at this stage, but many prefer to let it set in the refrigerator for a couple of hours. This gives the candy a firmer texture and makes it easier to handle.

When ready, enjoy your potato candy with a hot cup of tea or cocoa. You might be pleasantly surprised by its delicate sweetness and texture.

Potato Candy Recipe


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