Yield: Yields 2 cups
Need to stave off your gang’s hunger while you put the finishing touches on the holiday meal? These addictive spicy-sweet nuts are just the thing. They’re also perfect with cocktails, so keep that in mind for your next dinner party.
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The pecans will keep in an airtight container for 2 weeks.
Excellent, simple spiced nuts. Took them to football night where they were a big hit. Halfway through cooking it looked like the "batter" wouldn't absorb, but rest assured it does. Made with half pecans and half walnuts - may have liked the walnuts better!
These are straight up amazing! Will make great Christmas presents if I can keep from eating them all!!!I had extra liquid so I basically doubled the quantity of pecans and they came out perfect. Don't know what that 3-star review was talking about.
These are so good! I have not found one person that doesn't like them.
These are absolutely delicious!Spiceydeb - please don't review recipes when you've made a monumental error - using 1 pound versus the 8 oz called for in the recipe will obviously cut the flavour in half and not give a true impression of how they should taste if prepared properly.
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