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Posted on April 9, 2013
Curry is a blend of spices –these Curried Almonds are packed with spices that contain highly nutritious compounds.
According to Wikipedia, curry is a generic term used in Western culture that refers to a wide variety of dishes whose origins are from India and other East Asian countries. In traditional cuisines, the precise spice blend of a curry can be determined by everything from regional preferences to family customs. The spices in curries can be both whole and ground.
Wikipedia also states ... read more →
Posted on September 15, 2011
With black pepper, chili powder and cumin, any nut lover will enjoy the supercharged flavor of these spicy nuts!
I’m always looking for high protein snacks to keep me going during the day, and especially after a good workout at the gym. I find this little Paleo snack (my favorite recipe for spicy nuts) slightly addictive and nicely satiating.
I like to eat nuts because they’re full of good fiber, fill me up and don’t leave me hungry and lagging. In ... read more →
Posted on November 22, 2010
This recipe for Spiced Pecans is based on one I found in Dorie Greenspan’s book Around My French Table. I am in love with that book and have found so many recipes in it that are “naturally gluten free.”
I had the pleasure of meeting Ms. Greenspan at Blogher Food this year where she and I both spoke on panels. On my panel, we discussed the technicalities of writing a recipe, while the inimitable Dorie (is it too familiar of ... read more →
Posted on January 15, 2010
Many of you had questions about Marcona almonds when I posted my recipe for Marcona Almond Mayonnaise, so I thought I would take the time to provide some answers. Here’s the first question from one of my favorite readers:
“Is there a difference in taste or texture between Marcona almonds & regular almonds? I know the Marcona almonds are from Spain so maybe (and hopefully) these are truly raw almonds (they’re not so obsessed with pasteurization in Europe).”
To answer this question ... read more →
Posted on December 24, 2009
I’m slightly addicted to these Vanilla Roasted Walnuts and so is my husband. They have a hint of sweetness and a nice burst of vanilla goodness. On top of that, Walnuts are a great source of Omega-3’s, have a high antioxidant count and are also beneficial for cardiovascular health. So I’m on the walnut bandwagon.
Here’s the recipe for another gluten free, tasty, higher protein holiday snack with nuts.
Vanilla Roasted Walnutsprint
2 cups walnuts, raw
1 tablespoon olive oil
2 tablespoons agave nectar or ... read more →
Posted on November 20, 2009
Here’s another recipe for delicious gluten free candied nuts. I love making candied nuts for the holidays. They’re the perfect gluten free dessert, appetizer or snack. And they make a great gift too. The homemade version is much cheaper than store bought, tastes fresher and you know exactly what’s in ‘em!
If you love macadamia nuts, you might like to take a look at the recipe for Ginger Macadamia Brownies in my gluten free cookbook, The Gluten-Free Almond Flour Cookbook. Meanwhile, ... read more →
Posted on November 18, 2009
I love making candied nuts during the holiday season. There’s something very festive about them and they are satisfyingly sweet and filling at the same time. Lately I’ve been on a candied pecans kick. They’re super easy to make and my husband loves them.
You could jazz up this recipe with some spices like cinnamon and cayenne (I think both together would be delicious), however I’ve been enjoying the simplicity of merely sweetening the nuts lately. These nuts make one delicious ... read more →
Posted on January 13, 2009
I recently received this comment from a reader who subscribes to my email feed:
“I’m not interested in non-raw food recipes–as perhaps many others who view your postings. Perhaps you could, to avoid wasting such people’s time, simply note that this is a cooked food recipe, and then people can make an informed choice.”
I laughed upon reading it. Until I realized it was not a joke, it was serious. I thought of unsubscribing the poor fellow, so as not to waste ... read more →