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    Posted: 17 November 2011 at 04:06
This is one of my all-time favorite recipes and is always done this time of year in preparation for the holidays.

Fired up the GOSM this morning and got down to it...here are the ingredients used:
Some butter, kosher salt, sea salt, granulated garlic, hot sauce, lea and perrins, dry mustard and coarse asian red pepper dust.


Also a bit more than a cup each of walnuts, pecans, Brazil nuts, cashews and almonds.


Melted the butter and added the remaining ingredients except the sea salt and red pepper dust.


Then poured it over the nuts in my large mixing bowl and tossed them well to coat.


Popped them into the GOSM which was running at about 225° and hit them with some pecan and hickory smoke for about 2 hours, stirring once or twice.


These babies came out great..dusted them with the sea salt and red pepper as soon as they came out of the smoker....let them cool a bit and vacuum sealed.


Here's the recipe proper if you want to give it a try.


Smoked Mixed Nuts

Did this on a whim and it was over the top!
Absolutely everyone loved them...if you don't have a smoker, use your gas grill on low and some wood chips.
Alternately, put 1 teaspoon of liquid smoke in the butter and bake in oven at 225°F for 90 minutes.


***1 cup raw pecans
***1 cup raw almonds
***1 cup raw cashew nuts
***1 cup raw walnuts
***4 tbsp butter
***1 tbsp Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce
***1 tbsp Franks hot sauce
***1 tsp dry mustard
***2 tsp granulated garlic
***1 - 1/2 tsp sea salt

Heat smoker to 225°

Melt butter in small saucepan and add Worcestershire, hot sauce, mustard, salt and garlic. Stir to mix.

Place nuts in medium bowl and pour mixture over...toss till well-coated.

Place nut mixture in sheet pan and smoke at 225°F for about 90 minutes, or to taste.

Give a light dusting of sea salt immediately after removing from smoker.


Go ahead...play with your food!
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very nice! looks like a great flavour combination there! i've decided i should try something similar, and might see if i can come up with a "signature" house recipe for the holidays. it's definitely the time of year for them!
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Man! Those look goood!
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I thought I'd never say this but... your nuts got me drooling!
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Originally posted by pitrow pitrow wrote:

I thought I'd never say this but... your nuts got me drooling!

Lol....try them...you won't be sorryTongue
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A bump....just because it's almost Thanksgiving and these are great to have out for all the hungry masses before dinner.
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I made a batch of these yesterday in preparation for the coming holidays....just thought I would bump this to the top in case anybody else wants to make them.
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Nice.  I'll try some soon.
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i honestly don't know why i haven't tried these yet, dave - easy, and the flavour profile is a sure winner ~

if any nuts come my way, i'll give it a go ~

(yes, it WAS hard to type that with a straight face!)
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They are great right out of the smoker Ron, but let them sit around for a week or so and they are absolutely amazing! Please try them when you get a chance...you'll never regret it.Wink
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Look wonderful ...
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