3 Reviews

A quick irresistible munchie. I would use a little less cayenne and more of the other spices next time. This is definitely a recipe where it's best to have all the ingredients measured before you start. Once the honey goes into the oil, it all moves pretty quickly. Awfully high in saturated fat from the nuts and coconut, but worth an occaisional treat. I think this could make a nice sprinkle for ice cream.

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realbirdlady May 26, 2010

Yummy. Specifically I used extra virgin olive oil as we are peanut free, cream honey, less cayenne, Julie's Curry Powder Mix which is not a hot but a sweet curry powder, almonds and the regular sea salt, as that is what I had on hand. Made for ZWT6 Asian region, for my team The Ya Ya Cookerhood.

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UmmBinat May 23, 2010

Really yummy, it's sweet, spicy & crunchy and all combines for a really lovely appetizer or nibbles with drinks. Made for ZWT 4

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**Mandy** May 29, 2008
Burmese Spiced Nuts