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jamacan jerk peanuts

post #1 of 16
Thread Starter 

well these nuts started out great but as u will see i was the jerk in this recipie

remember the cardinal rule, " what starts in the smoker ends in the smoker"

or at least it should have!

i mixed some butter and tobasco  coated the nuts and then covered with jerk seasoning

smoked for two hours they looked great but were not crunchy so i decided to put in the broiler for a few minutes to crisp them up

welli walked away for a minute and they got slightly burned

 

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looks wonderful    huh

 

oh well theres always next weekend

post #2 of 16

WELL ARE THEY CRUNCHY

post #3 of 16
Thread Starter 

what?

nobody wants some leftovers?

 

post #4 of 16
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Originally Posted by miamirick View Post

what?

nobody wants some leftovers?

 


I bet Chefrob would be happy to get those along with the cheese to sit in his mailbox for a couple of days
 

post #5 of 16
Thread Starter 

maybe if i cover it with the cheese it would hide the char marks

then ill send it to him

post #6 of 16

I know what he will do - he will send the kid to the mailbox - the GF will take it from the kid somewhere near the smoker and had it to Rob who will turn it into some fricken thing we all want to eat and he will feed it to his pit bull and laugh at all of us - just sayin

post #7 of 16

it's so frustrating when you're right on top of it and then get that momentary lapse!

 

just for a lark, before i tossed them, i think maybe i'd pick out all the least toasty individuals, rough chop them and mix with some porportional amount of canned chipolte peppers in adobo sauce

 

then smear some of that and some shredded smoked cheese between a couple of grilled corn tortillas.   

 

next stop, the peanut section of quesadilla town

post #8 of 16



when i saw the pic of the burnt nuts i just laughed my a$$ off!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! not at you rick..........well yes, at you! you don't know how many times i got distracted when i was a baker and i was toasting almonds and they would be fine and then  i would smell something and then run to the oven and yell all sorts of things and then i would have to start all over........it happens to all of us rick!

 

 

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Scarbelly View Post

I know what he will do - he will send the kid to the mailbox - the GF will take it from the kid somewhere near the smoker and had it to Rob who will turn it into some fricken thing we all want to eat and he will feed it to his pit bull and laugh at all of us - just sayin

gary........i don't think even i could fix those! LMAO.........
 

post #9 of 16

Great recipe! Gonna have to try that, ( lighter color) of course. I always enjoyed the boiled ones when your way. I would put a cup full in front on the van heater and wake the rest of the band up. Lord them were the days. LOL

post #10 of 16



 

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Originally Posted by wntrlnd View Post

it's so frustrating when you're right on top of it and then get that momentary lapse!

 

just for a lark, before i tossed them, i think maybe i'd pick out all the least toasty individuals, rough chop them and mix with some porportional amount of canned chipolte peppers in adobo sauce

 

then smear some of that and some shredded smoked cheese between a couple of grilled corn tortillas.   

 

next stop, the peanut section of quesadilla town


I like your thinking! Maybe a smokey peanut butter.......toss them in a food procesor with some peanut oil?
 

post #11 of 16
Thread Starter 

chef rob who are you kidding,  you could take em and dress em up and win the next throwdown

 

and you are right   they were fine in the oven i walked out to look at something for one minute came back and boom they were black

and yes i was cussing up a storm it almost ruined the the rest of the day

post #12 of 16

Toss them?!

They’re hot and blackened.

Don’t that make them Creole?

post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by miamirick View Post

   they were fine in the oven i walked out to look at something for one minute came back and boom they were black

and yes i was cussing up a storm it almost ruined the the rest of the day

that's all it takes.....................bruddah!

 

post #14 of 16

Well, they looked good in the first pic

 

 

You've inspired me. I have a tray of mixed nuts on the smoker as I type this!

post #15 of 16
Thread Starter 

i bet they taste much better than mine did!

post #16 of 16

I left them on the smoker. I learned from your experience!S3000027.JPG

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