Well I want to give this a 5 star! The pecans were gobbled down with gusto. I could not enjoy them as i have a slight allergy to anise but I go along with the majority - they exclaimed 5 star all the way. So thanks, I would have loved to enjoy them but the headache would not be worth it.. I didn't see the Chinese 5 spice beore I chose to review it. Bev my guests thank you profusely and have said "Play it again Bergy"!
Very good, nice combination of spices. Fairly easy to make, but keep an eye on it when it's baking, it goes from toasted to burned very quickly.
Excellent flavor. Yummy! will make this often. Easy to make.
These nuts are wonderful! I have a freezer full of pecans just waiting to be used in something besides muffins and pies. These things are definately addicting! The spice combination and the pecans worked well together. I made extra and put them in the freezer for the holidays. We absolutely loved these snacklettes! Thanks for sharing Bev!
Excellent combination of spices. As noted before, watch them carefully. Mine were done long before the 10 minutes specified.
To die for! The spices just popped out at you! I agree with everyone else that this were done way before 10 minutes...mine were done in 7. So watch your pecans! Nothing worse than burnt pecans! I will make this recipe again and will use a Christmas gifts! Thanks Bev for sharing!
Yum. These are easy to make and delicious! I made these as Christmas presents for my co-workers. Everyone agreed they taste wonderful. The next day my house still smelled great from the spices - great recipe Bev!
Wonderful protocol for any mix of spices you want to try. I made this with cinnamon, nutmeg, a pinch of ginger and a pinch of Indian "chilly" powder, and incorporated it into a warm goat chease salad. They were in danger of being eaten before the salad was prepped. :)
I tried this one because of the great reviews ... must say the cumin added a peculiar flavor with a strong bitter after taste. Not a fan so I will not make again. Sorry.
My Mother made these a couple of Christmas' ago, got recipe out of Bon Appetit. They were addictive! I'm so glad I found the recipe as we couldn't locate. She used Pecans, cashews and almond. I'm making them as gifts for co-workers. Also great sprinkled on top of Brie/Cranberry Pepper Jelly