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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Tamari Almonds

One of our favorite salty snacks is Tamari Almonds. I used to buy them by the case, when I had the Health Food Business. They always remind me of my brother - he'll happily empty a jar for me when he visits...but we live so far away, that doesn't happen nearly often enough. :-( So this recipe is for you Ryan! Much Love, Sis

TAMARI ALMONDS

6C of Whole Almonds (raw)
1/2 C Tamari (Soy Sauce), or Braggs Liquid Aminos*
1/2 tsp Sugar (of choice, I use maple), or honey
  • Put oven rack in the upper two-thirds of your oven and prehet it to 300 degrees
  • Spread almonds out on two baking sheets in a single layer
  • Toast for 15 minutes
  • Meanwhile - mix tamari and sugar in a large bowl
  • Add hot almonds into tamari and mix to coat evenly - every so often, letting marinate for 5 minutes.
  • Use a slotted spoon to put almonds back on the baking sheets in a single layer. (Discarding or saving tamari to use for dinner that night!)
  • Bake again for 25 minutes; switching trays and stirring the pans once half way through the process.
  • The outsides will turn dark brown and the insides will turn golden.
  • Let cool and store in an airtight container. (I love to use 1/2 gallon Mason Jars)

These make great snacks on game night, great toppings for salads, a nice filler on a buffet table or tasty homemade gifts.



* If this mix ends up being a little salty for you try using 1/3C Tamari plus 3T water. They won't be as salty. If your almonds are already salted, this might be something to consider.

1 comment:

Amy said...

So glad to see your "new" blog...looks very nice. Also saw where you both will blog on the same place...very romantic :)

Hope you're doing great!