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Salty Butterscotch-Toffee Cookies

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Recipe photo courtesy of David M. Russell

A generous dusting of Maldon sea salt gives these treats from TV chef Nora Singley their irresistible flavor.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, Episode 7032
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  • courtneymchase
    5 AUG, 2013
    Also based on other reviews, reduced butter to 2 1/2 sticks, left all other ingredients same; came out perfect. (ooh. I didn't toast my pecans. just in a rush so skipped it.) Made for a bridal shower and they got rave reviews, multiple requests for recipe. Wanna try it with milk choc chips instead of butterscotch. Think semi-sweet you'd loose the 'sweet and salty', but milk choc might be great.
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  • Emi1y
    24 DEC, 2011
    After reading reviews, I reduced the butter in this recipe to 1 cup/2 sticks. I used the entire bag of butterscotch chips and toffee chips instead of the recommended amounts, and topped the cookies with flake salt *AND* crystal sugar. (Tasted better than flake salt alone.) These are the best cookies I have ever tasted. Amazing, addictive, unique. Can't wait to give them away! =)
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  • kellymkendall
    19 DEC, 2011
    After reading the other comments: when I made these I used 3 sticks of butter and about 2 packed cups of brown sugar. They came out great! They weren't greasy or flat and spread out. Definitely try this switch - it was worth it!
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  • swgoddess
    18 DEC, 2011
    I agree with other reviewers -- these were ridiculously greasy. They were very flat and spread out a LOT. They had a very nice taste, but I was disappointed that they were so greasy and not very attractive. This was an expensive recipe to make, and I will not make it again.
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  • Princessonthego
    16 DEC, 2011
    They tasted great as well, But the same to greasy I think they had to much butter and my came out flat flat flat and the spead out a lot . My first batch was one big cookie. Was the dough to warm What do you think? These tasted great but to ugly to give away. What did I do wrong?
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  • MS11649715
    13 DEC, 2011
    Great taste, however I felt that there was to much butter. My cookies came out greasy and did not seem cooked in the middle. any suggestions?
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