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Smoked Almonds

blue bowl of smoked almonds on a pale turquoise table

 

What do you like to munch on when you just need a little nibble of something?  Open the refrigerator hmmm, what is in there? Or open the pantry cupboard..hmmm still not sure what you want to nibble on?  You want protein so it doesn’t add inches to your hips.. maybe a bit of saltiness…

You know those little tiny cans of smoked almonds in the store that cost a bunch? You can create them and you will be ama-a-azed how much they taste like the little cans of smoked almonds. And there is your munchie.

close up of raw almonds on a pale turquoise board

Almonds almost ready for the magic!

Only now you can make them whenever you want to and save yourself a bucket of money too!  And if you think it is hard… it’s not… if it will take special equipment…it doesn’t.

You will probably make these smokey almonds in a larger quantity once you see how easy they are and how like the little cans of smoked almonds they taste like.   In 30 minutes you can be nibbling on your own smoked almonds!  To create the smoked almonds we’ll use liquid smoke, I like Wrights Concentrated Liquid Smoke, this has been my go to brand for years.

Jar of liquid smoke with almonds behind the jar on the pale turquoise table

Just about all you will need

Notice the ingredients on the back panel (liquid smoke) compared to other brands and I believe you will pick this brand too if it is available in your market.

I was going to have a salad recipe to put your smokey almonds on.   I have had another horrid head cold that has made it difficult to do much so the salad with the almonds will be coming later this week.

I made these the first time with 1/2 teaspoon of sea salt and the next time with 1 teaspoon, for my taste buds the 1 teaspoon was a bit salty, but if I had used kosher salt it would have been just right.   If you like salty foods, use the 1 teaspoon.

Ok, my friends,  I’m going to go put my feet up

blue bowl of smoked almonds on a pale turquoise table

Smoked Almonds

and nibble on some smoked almonds.  If you don’t have any liquid smoke, put it on your grocery list along with a bag of almonds from Costco or where ever you shop for your nuts and make some for the upcoming Oscars on March 4, 2018.    Are there other seasoned nuts that you create?  I’d love to know what they are and what you thought of this recipe.  Enjoy!

Smoked Almonds

Simple recipe for smoked almonds that taste amazing!

Course Appetizer, munchies
Cuisine American
Prep Time 3 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 33 minutes
Servings 2 1/2 cup each 🙂

Ingredients

  • 1 cup raw almonds
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 2 teaspoons Wrights Liquid Smoke
  • 2 teaspoons all-purpose flour- see options for GF* *gluten free flour or cassava flour
  • 1/2-1 teaspoon sea salt if using kosher salt use 1 teaspoon

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees   (I used my toaster oven and it worked great)

    Put almonds in medium bowl, add olive oil and liquid smoke, toss well with fork.  Sprinkle flour and sea salt over the nuts.  Stir well to coat.  

  2. Spread nuts out rimmed pan, bake for 30 minutes, stirring once during baking cycle to mix the nuts.

    Remove and cool before eating.  Enjoy!

    blue bowl of smoked almonds on a pale turquoise table

 

 

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    Winter Citrus Arugula Salad w smoked almonds – Dash of Wisdom
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    […] And I have been in love with arugula forever so that is what I decided to use for the base of this recipe.  Sprinkle on coconut chips and some of those easy yummy smoked almonds you made the other day and presto the salad is ready.  […]

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