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Smoked Chili Pistachios

post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 

Dont know where my wife got this recipe at but she handed it to me.


2 cups salted shelled pistachios

1.5 tsp ground cumin

1.5 Tbs chili powder (your choice)

1 tsp ground coriander

1 tsp paprika

1 tsp brown sugar

1/4 tsp garlic powder

1.5 Tbs worcestshire

1/2 tsp salt


I added

1 Tbs melted butter

1/4 tsp cayenne





Set the nuts and sauce aside.




Mix all the dry together real good.



Set aside.




Now put the nuts in a larger container and add the sauce and melted butter.





Coat the nuts really good and go pre heat your smoker @225* and your oven or bbq to 275*


Now add the dry to the coated nuts.




Use all the dry.




I put a ham bag and frogmat on my rack.




Now in the smoker. I only use 1 wood puck (20 mins)








While in the smoker, Line a cookie sheet with parchment (for oven)




Nuts from smoker, ready for the oven. 275* for 8 mins, toss nuts around on parchment at the 4 min mark.




Now cool, place in air tight canister or zip lock (if they last that long)



You can double, triple this recipe.


Next time i will add.


Another tsp brown sugar and cayenne.





post #2 of 13

I just copied that one into the book - my wife will love these 

post #3 of 13

Those look really good! Recipe copied, thanks.

post #4 of 13

They look great!!!

post #5 of 13

sounds good!

post #6 of 13

Thanks nepas.... your recipe is in the SMF cookbook for good stuff to do.... Dave

post #7 of 13
Looks delicious
post #8 of 13

My mouth is watering when I see this. God bless you sir! I will try this immediatly.

post #9 of 13
Originally Posted by nepas View Post



Set the nuts aside.


So I take it your wife made these.................biggrin.gif


Man....don't know how I missed this one....... Love me some pistachio's... bet they were great... Will have to put them on my list



post #10 of 13

Gotta try those!  They look great!

post #11 of 13

Where would I be able to come by a mesh rack like the one shown in your pictures?  I'd like to give nuts a try but the only thing I have like that is a sort of vegetable wok thing for my grill.  I think the mesh would work better.

post #12 of 13

Think I am going to try these soon.


I too would like to know where to get some of that wire mesh.



post #13 of 13
Thread Starter 
Originally Posted by skdvr View Post

Think I am going to try these soon.


I too would like to know where to get some of that wire mesh.



Those are frogmats.



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