Smoked Almonds

"These taste like the real smokehouse almonds you buy in the store for a huge price. I made these last Christmas for a bazaar and just found the recipe again. They are good even in the middle of summer. I have also used a combination of mixed nuts and they are still good."
 
Smoked Almonds created by Chilicat
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  • Pour cooking oil over almonds in bowl.
  • Toss to coat well.
  • Spread on ungreased baking sheet.
  • Bake in 275 degree oven for 45 minutes.
  • Remove from oven.
  • Pour nuts into medium bowl.
  • Sprinkle with liquid smoke.
  • Toss to coat well.
  • Mix flour and salt in cup.
  • Sprinkle over almonds.
  • Toss to coat well.
  • Spread on same baking sheet.
  • Bake for 20 minutes.
  • Cool.
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  1. Constance F.
    They look good, but pretty “meh” in my opinion. Not nearly smoky enough and cooked way past tastiness. I’ve made other recipes in the past that came much closer to the Blue Diamond Smokehouse flavor that I’m looking for.
     
  2. Christina J.
    Is the baking required to make the flavor come out right? For example, if I wanted apply the flavoring to pistachios or sunflower seeds that I would typically eat straight out of the bag, would I need to bake them to get the right flavor from the seasoning?
     
  3. Cobra L.
    Smoked Almonds Created by Cobra L.
  4. Cobra L.
    Hands down these are sooo much better (and healthier) than the canned version. I doubled the recipe (the cooking time remained the same) and will definitely quadruple it next time. So glad I stumbled upon this recipe. Thanks!!
     
  5. ryan.paul2
    I'm a Smoked Almond "Snob" and have been looking for a good recipe for years. Found this one. Five star. One suggestion. After the final 20 minute cook with the salt applied, remove the almonds, place them in a bowl, make sure all the seasoning is included and toss lightly as they cool for a final even coat. Don't rush the cooling. That's what infuses the flavor.
     
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