Mixed nuts are roasted to perfection with spices.
how the heck could it have gotten up to 123 degrees where I live and we are one month into summer?!? Arizona is soooo hot.
For the past 2 weeks weve been having tempatures range from 110 to 122. The record temp is 128 degrees in Arizona, so we are close to setting a record temp! Not really related to this post but i needed to mention it. I feel like im going to wilt everytime i go out in the sun!
I miss winter, even though its still 70 degrees in December. Because guys. It’s 116 DEGREES today. In fact, i tried to cook an egg outside. it didnt work. I wanted to cook bacon in my mailbox because it gets to like 500 degrees, but im not aloud. sad. i dont understand how it could be ”messy.”
Okay so now I’m going to talk about the recipe.
Duuuude. These roasted nuts are to die for. Okay, not really. But with this recipe I found my obsession with Brazil nuts.
when I find a Brazil nut in the jar of these im like, ”I found a Brazil nut! YES!!!” I feel like i react to these to much.
In a whole can of these from the store (which, by the way, are two and a half cups) there were 3 Brazil nuts. So i have a reason to react the way i do.
I hope you guys enjoy this recipe! Right here i am using my computer fan. Very useful.
2-1/2 cups unsalted mixed nuts
1/2 tablespoon olive oil, vegetable oil or canola oil
2 teaspoons salt
1/2 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoon sugar (not needed, but reccomend it)
1 teaspoon paprika
1/2 teaspoon chili powder
- preheat oven to 275 degrees. very lightly coat a 9×13 inch pan with oil.
- in a bowl mix together all the other ingredients well.
- spread on the pan in an even layer, bake for 6 minutes. stir. bake for 6 more minutes. taste a nut. if its soggy, bake for 4 more minutes. bake and keep stiring until they are dry. it should take between 12 and 20 minutes.
- cool for completely before storing. enjoy or store in an airtight container for up to 5 days