English toffee is a type of confectionery made from sugar, butter, and often mixed with chopped nuts, such as almonds or walnuts. It’s boiled to the hard crack stage of candy making, resulting in a brittle and crunchy texture once it cools and hardens. The toffee is typically poured onto a flat surface to cool and then coated with chocolate and sometimes sprinkled with additional nuts.
It’s known for its rich, buttery flavor and is a popular treat often enjoyed during the holiday season or as a sweet snack year-round.
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