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Thread: Smoked Almonds

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    Default Smoked Almonds

    3lbs raw almonds tossed in some butter, ground red pepper flakes, Cajun Seasoning, and granulated garlic. Then on the WSM running at 275*F for 2.5 hours.


    Off the WSM and seasoned with some more Cajun Seasoning and granulate garlic. Sending these to my Dad for Christmas


    Tossed on some chicken thighs and andouille sausage for some gumbo I plan on making tomorrow.
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    Lookin' good !!
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    Very cool. I think I might try this. We have nuts around most of the time.
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    Way cool John! Can't wait to see your gumbo!!
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    Great job John.
    What kind of wood did you use on the almonds?
    I'm out here in San Marcos til April and I don't know where to find raw nuts around here. Does Trader Joe's handle them?
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    I have gotten raw almonds from Costco and Sams. You should be able to find some at Sprouts Market. Not sure about Trader Joes. As far as wood, I used pecan

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    Thanks John
    Sam's is in Muretta and Costco 2 miles away. Looks like I'll be joining it.
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    Hey folks, if any of you like roasted smoked almonds, you had better gt John's (Vermin) recipe. I have had his almonds and they are GRRRRREAT!

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    Those look great John. Do you stir them up during the smoke process to get smoke to all surfaces of the almonds or just let rest as they set in the pan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzwinder View Post
    Those look great John. Do you stir them up during the smoke process to get smoke to all surfaces of the almonds or just let rest as they set in the pan?
    I stir them up as they smoke. That is why my perforated pan is on a pizza pan on the smoker, so I don't lose too many
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