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spicy or sweet nuts for smoking?

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Thinking of trying some smoked peanuts. My mom has given me her old recipe for her roasted nuts but they are sweet. I see a lot of people on here that are doing their smoked nuts with a spicy mix and not sweet. Has anybody tried a sweet mix for their nuts in the smoker?
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post #3 of 5
Sweet is good especially with walnuts.

On almonds or pecans, I use Frank's red hot with a little molasses to bind with.
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Here are a couple of different ones I have done

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...t=86097&page=2

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/for...t=80102&page=2

I just did some the other day with a mixture of Chipotle powder and garlic powder that I have not had a chance to post yet - came out real good

Hope these help
post #5 of 5
The last ones I did were almonds. Gave them all a coat if honey, then put Salt Lick seasoning on some (spicy) and Plowbpys Yardbird on the rest (salty with just a little kick)
Try a couple of flavors you think will go together - the nice thing about nuts is you can try a bunch and see which you like best - no huge investment.
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