Mississippi Spiced Pecans

November/December 2007

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Make plenty of these mildly sweet and salty nuts—they are great to have on hand over the holidays.

Mississippi Spiced Pecans

4 Reviews for Mississippi Spiced Pecans

Very tasty

These nuts have great flavor. I had read from some people that they were too salty, so we did slightly less salt. I like the taste because they have the savory flavor of rosemary and thyme and cayenne but they're also a tiny bit sweet from the brown sugar. We did 1/2 pecans and 1/2 almonds (we didn't have enough pecans) and they both turned out great. We ended up baking them a little before seasoning and a little bit after.

Our completed nuts!
Salt galore

This was WAY too salty.

very yummy

Only problem I had was too much salt. Other than that, very good!

mississippi spiced pecans

This was a big hit at my party. Easy to make and very tasty! I will make these again.

easy to make!
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Anonymous wrote 3 years 50 weeks ago

This web-site makes easy

This web-site makes easy things complicated. From a Southern woman who has roasted pecans for at least 50 years, slowly roast 1 lb. pecans ( 300 degree oven) with half stick of butter and sea salt to taste for approximately 40-45 minutes stirring occasionally. No herbs, no fuss...easy and the Best you've ever eaten!

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