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Honey Roasted Sesame Seed Almonds Recipe



I love almonds. Raw, roasted, or any way. I know it is just as easy to buy beer nuts, or sesame almonds in the stores, but doesn't everything just tastes so much better fresh from our own kitchen? If you want to make the best tasting Honey Roasted Sesame Seed Almonds Beer Nuts of all times, try this recipe. I missed how my mom used to make all sorts of sweets during Luna New Years and holidays when I was younger, and these Honey Roasted Sesame Seed Almonds reminds me of those times. The best thing about this recipe is how easy and fast it is, all yours to devour in just a few steps.



Steps
1 lbs raw almonds

  • Preheat your oven to 350.
  • Place the raw almonds on a flat / thick cookie sheet. 
  • Roast the almonds for 10 minutes. 
  • Take the almonds out and let them cool. You will know when they have cooled as you will hear the almonds crackle. Once almonds are quiet, they are ready for the next step.




  • In a skillet, heat 2 teaspoons spoons of canola oil, 
  • 2 tablespoons of honey, and 2 tablespoons of water. 
  • Bring mixture to a boil, and then put almonds in and stir constantly until the mixture is gone or dried up.




  • Mix 1/4 cup of sugar & 1/2 teaspoon of salt. 
  • Pour the sugar and salt over the nuts and mix well. 
  • Sprinkle the sesame seeds on the almonds generously until it covers the entire almonds (as much as possible before the almonds cool and won't stick anymore.) 
  • Take almonds out of skillet and let cool. 
  • Serve. Tastes sweet like candy but in small bite size that won't overwhelm you. 



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1) What is your favorite nut?
2) Have you tried honey roasted sesame almonds?


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10 comments :

  1. Wow! This must be so delicious.I love almonds and enjoy eating almond drops. My favourite nuts are peanuts. Have a great weekend.

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    1. It's sort of a healthy sweet in a long stretch way. Healthier than some I would say. :-)

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  2. my favorite nut is almond, and i drink almond milk too, and i snack on it almost everyday.

    your honey roasted sesame almonds look oh so yummy and delicious.

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    1. That's good to know, My favorite nut are almonds and cashews. I like peanuts in the right dish, but not preferred alone.

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  3. This looks so good and I love almond and sesame !

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    1. I hope you will try this recipe, it is very good and it can be your next hit of the parties.

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  4. This looks delicious! I've been having a craving for savory snacks lately!

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    1. These are delicious! I really mean it too...I can't afford to eat too many. I wish I was 85 lbs and skinny again.

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  5. This looks delish.

    I LOVE almonds! But I haven't had the roasted kinds.

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  6. My husband has been asking me to try making him some honey roasted almonds for a while now, and I had these sesame seeds on hand, so I went looking and found your recipe today. I monkeyed with it a bit (you know, like ya do) - I used coconut oil instead of canola oil, a little more honey and a little less sugar. Hubby was peeling them off the pan and putting them in his mouth as I was trying to fill the bowl to take a picture. Love these! The sesame seeds add a nice little something. Will definitely make them again (my Bible Study class has already requested them after I posted the pic on FB ten minutes ago). I may zip them up a bit with a little cayenne or pepper flakes. Love spicy-sweet combinations! Thanks so much for your excellent recipe!

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