3 Ounce (May Use Rice Noodles, But Chow Mein Noodles Are Better)
1⁄2 Cup (8 tbs), chopped using an electric kitchen chopper to get a good size for the chopped walnuts.
In a double boiler, melt 6 oz. semisweet chocolate chips, 6 oz. butterscotch chips, and 1 oz. cooking paraffin. Stir continually, until all chips and paraffin are melted and the mixture is smooth. Remove from heat and add 3 oz. can of chow mein noodles and ½ cup chopped English walnuts. Stir, until the noodles and walnuts are well-coated with the chocolate/butterscotch mixture. Let sit to cool, stirring occasionally. When the mixture begins to lose its gloss (after about an hour), spoon the candy by teaspoonfuls onto a pan lined with waxed paper. (Dont let the candy set up before spooning it out.) When you have all the candy spooned onto waxed paper, let the candy set up. You can speed up this process by placing your trays of candy in the refrigerator or freezer. These store best in the refrigerator or freezer. Just remove them from the refrigerator or freezer about a half hour before you plan to serve them. This is a treat that is not overly sweet, and it is very quick and easy to make! I hope you enjoy it! --Betty
When it comes to experimenting with chocolates, the options are surely endless. In this video, Betty whomps up a delightful holiday treat that is both sweet and salty as well as chewy and soft. This is one dish that you won't find in any restaurant. So you better stream the video and watch it to master the dish.