Homemade Smoked Almonds

Homemade Smoked Almonds

"Mom passed this recipe on to me-- much to my husband's delight! We like to take the flavorful nuts to all sorts of gatherings, from fancy holiday affairs to casual luncheons."
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45 m servings
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Original recipe yields 9 servings

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  1. In a bowl, whisk egg white until foamy. Add garlic powder, celery salt, salt and liquid smoke; stir until blended. Add almonds and stir until well coated. Evenly spread almonds in a 15-in. x 10-in. x 1-in. baking pan coated with nonstick cooking spray. Bake at 300 degrees F for 30 minutes, stirring every 10 minutes. Cool. Store in an airtight container.

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These are pretty irrestible and much better than brands you buy in the store because you can control the salt content. I did cut out the regular salt, cut the celery salt to 1 tsp and increased...

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I agree - just okay. My tasters agreed that the store bought are better, although, these are probably much better for you!

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These are pretty irrestible and much better than brands you buy in the store because you can control the salt content. I did cut out the regular salt, cut the celery salt to 1 tsp and increased...

I had never eaten smoked almonds so when I ran across a candy recipe that called for them, I went to buy them. Shortly thereafter I was looking for a more cost effective alternative. These are d...

I made these for Christmas and they are very good and were very easy. I would've liked then to be a little more spicy and next time I make them, I'll throw in somce chili powder and red pepper. ...

I agree - just okay. My tasters agreed that the store bought are better, although, these are probably much better for you!

I really love these! I did add 2 tsps chili powder to the recipe after reading the reviews and wow...these are ADDICTIVE! Nice change from the sweet recipes.

First time, I used 1/4 tsp celery seed, pulverized in spice grinder with 1 tsp salt, no additional salt. Turned out very nice, but I too wanted a spicy edge. So the 2nd time, I added a scant 1/2...

Thank you so much for sharing your mom's recipe! I did toast the almonds first and think the flavor is very good. I will definitely make these again.

My husband is a huge fan of smoked almonds from the store, so I thought I would try making them at home. While this recipe was fairly simple, and he did enjoy the almonds, they weren't worth th...

Really enjoyed these. I was surprised that the celery salt did not overpower everything, but rather complimented it all. I feel it is important to use a liquid smoke that doesn't have MSG in i...

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