Yield: 3 cups
Nuts are no stranger to a cocktail party, but that’s no reason to exclude them. This lightly sweet but mostly savory take combines walnuts, maple, orange, sesame, poppy, dill, and plenty of pepper. It’s the ideal nibble for resetting the palate between sips.
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Gave as small gift packages and served entertaining. Friends asked for the recipe and we enjoyed it as well. Will definiely add to my recipe box. I use the leftover seed mixture to sprinkle on salads.
This odd combination of flavors really worked for me. It was a nice change from the standard rosemary seasoning I typically use.
I brought them to a party and to my office and everyone really liked them!
This one didn't work for me. It didn't seem like there was enough of the syrup mixture to really coat the walnuts, so they didn't have a lot of flavor or candy coating, and the seeds didn't stick at all. Ended up with some slightly-flavored toasted walnuts and a whole lot of seeds.
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