By katew on February 09, 2010
Photo by awalde
Photo by awalde
"Sweet and spicy - a great quick snack. Best to keep in an airtight container for about a week at room temp."
Serving Size: 1 (341 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"Your recipe will be famous! We enjoy the nuts with the chili touch. I can imagine that this could be nice presents for friend when we are invited in somebody%u2019s house. Tasty, special and pretty. What do you need more?
I%u2019m sure we%u2019ll do it again."
"PERFECT! These were awesome; sweet, with a little heat, which creeps up on you! I thought I had walnut halves, but, mine were pieces, which worked out fine! The walnuts made a great nibble, before dinner, and would be perfect as a cocktail nosh. Oh, would also be awesome on a salad! I'm so glad I finally made these; I will save in them in my "tried and true'" cookbook! Thanks for sharing, katew!"
"We loved these! They are great by themselves, but I look forward to adding them to other dishes as well. I used some Thyme Honey and they were sooo good! Thanks for posting, Kate. Made for ZWT 6."
"These are delicious!! DD (toddler) loved snacking on them (she loves nuts) I used unpasteurised local honey, brown sugar and the rest. I would make these again. Thanks katew. Made for ZWT6 Greece/Cyprus region, for my team, The Ya Ya Cookerhood!"
"Wonderful nuts! We loved the flavors. The cayenne added a nice zip to the sweet coating. I served as is and as a topping for yogurt. Thanks for sharing! ZWT6"
"WOW, Kate, these walnuts are superb! They are sweet and yummy with just a tiny kick from the cayenne to round up their flavour. I made them for my mum and dad, who are big nut fans and my dad says they remind him at the candied nuts you can buy at the fair. He luves them! :) I luved the ease of preparation and that your baking time was spot on! THANKS SO MUCH for sharing this winner with us! Made and reviewed for Everyday Is A Holiday Share the Love February 2010."