By Sue Lau on October 27, 2002
Photo by Junebug
Photo by Junebug
Serving Size: 1 (560 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"GREAT nuts! Everyone went nuts over them at a birthday party I took them to this evening:) I loved the smell and taste of rosemary in particular in these wonderful nutty delights! I baked these at 150C for 35 minutes in my oven. Note: I did not use red chilli powder and used ordinary cooking oil as I did not have peanut oil. Will have to make these more often, I know:) "
"This is a great recipe! I made theses nuts for Thanksgiving and Christmas, and they got rave reviews! Tripled the recipe and added Brazil nuts, almonds and cashews. If you like unique flavor, please try this recipe."
"These were terrific, Sue L. I made them on Christmas Eve for the tabnabs table, and they went so quickly regretted not making double or triple. Easy, quick and delicious, and certainly a regular from now on."
"These are fantastic and really easy to make. I didn't have peanut oil either, so used canola. I also upped the red pepper to a 1/2 a teaspoon because I like the heat. This recipe seems like it could be changed according to your tastes at any given time. I will be using this recipe a lot throughout the up coming holiday season! Thanks for this."
"I made this because I was tired of making cookies and wanted to make something different for the holiday trays. I used vegetable oil because I didn't have any peanut oil on hand. I used a mix of pecans, almonds and cashews (salted) in the mix. This was a very nice change from all of the sweetness of all of the cookies! I've made four batches so far. Thank you for posting this recipe."
"I just quadrupled this recipe as part of our Holiday Gift Baskets. The seasoning is really great, it is enough to get the flavor without it being overpowering or too spicy. They were a big hit with everyone we gave them to. Thanks for the recipe!"
"I can't rate this recipe because everyone disagreed about the outcome. I thought they were tasty, but perhaps a little too pungeant (sp?) for my taste. My kids were gagging, and our friends were polite in eating a few, but did not rush to eat much more. The combination of spices was certainly interesting, but not uniformly popular."
"Easy to prepare recipe. My husband enjoyed them with his wine. I thought they had a bit too much rosemary, but of course that is just a personal preference. "
"The flavors were not to our taste. We also like it more salty. "
"These were so tasty. I made them for Christmas Eve and my guests really enjoyed them. I just used pecans and peanuts as that was all I had in the house."
"I made these as part of christmas baskets and they were a big hit. However, next time I make them I will definitly up the chili powder a little!"
"Easy to make and a great flavor combo. I made them for New Year's eve using all pecans. Not many were eaten, but I think they're darn good! I would add a little more salt next time."
"These are great tasty nuts. This is the second time I have made them. I made them last year for Christmas and apparently forgot to review them. I made a double batch also added some almonds to them, yum. I will be making them again & again."
"Excellent combination of herbs and spices. I was hesitant at adding as much spice as listed to the amount of nuts, but it turned out perfectly. I did cut the amount of red pepper to a dash because we have two little ones in the house. Try this recipe, you won't be disappointed! The only drawback is: they are very rich. We could only eat a few at a time."
"I made this for gifts to take to Michigan for a visit with our son, daughter-in-law and her family. I didn't have time to shop for decently priced nuts so I bought 2 (21 oz) cans (8 cups) of Planters Deluxe Mixed Nuts on sale because it was cheaper than buying the walnuts and pecans. I tripled the seasonings and baked the nuts for 15 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes. My very skeptical husband adored them and is very unhappy because there is none left for him! I'm sure he will "help" our Michigan family eat theirs! I will be making even bigger batches for Xmas gifts. Thanks Sue L for this very special recipe."
"Made this for a party and it went really quick. I also did not have peanut oil on hand so used canola. The mix of the cumin and the rosemary is yummy! Thanks for a great recipe."