Bacon Roasted Almonds




Introduction: Bacon Roasted Almonds

Why not mix almonds with one of the best ingredients from nature Bacon

Step 1: Ingredients

For this instuctable you will need
500g almonds
150g Bacon (not enough)
1 tablespoon coarse salt
2 dl water

Step 2: Dry the Almonds and Prepare the Bacon

Put the almonds in the oven at around 300°F (150°C)
The drying time varies and the almonds should be watched.

Check the almonds until the desired crunchyness is reached

I used a microwave to roast the bacon
Prepare a microwave bowl to the roasting by brushing the rims with oil

Hang the bacon on the sides of the bowl and put the bowl in the microwave for about 10 minutes.
Keep and eye on the bacon as it must not to burned.

The time will vary according to the microwave you own.

Step 3: Blend the Bacon

When the bacon is ready the next step can start.

The bacon is mixed with the salt and blended to a pulp.

Step 4: Mix the Ingredients

Add the ingrdients to a pan and heat up the mixture

Heat up the mixture until the buttom of the pan is visible

Step 5: Add the Dryed Almonds

Add the dried almonds to the mixture while stiring

when the pan is dry the almonds are ready

Step 6: Dry the Almonds Again

When the almonds are ready put them on a pam and put them in the oven again.

The oven must be set to 300°F(150°C)
This time it is very important to watch the almonds as the must not get to much

The roasting time must be watched.

The time will vary, which mean that you must watch them and stir ofte

Step 7: Bacon Almonds

When the almonds are done put them in a bowl.

Remember to make plenty of almonds because they can be gone quickly.

Make the almonds your own by changing ingredient and share on instructable

My experience with these almonds it that the amount of bacon wasnt enough.

The taste that was added to the almonds was a bit on the weak side.

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    8 Discussions

    These look awesome! But what is 2 dl of water? I have never heard of a dl. Sorry if I'm just being stupid


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Sorry about this measurement.
    I am from Denmark and we uses metric.
    2 dl is approx 0,85 us cup

    I hope this helps

    The Science Guy
    The Science Guy

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks! I'm from Scotland so I use metric too. I just hadn't heard of that


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    1 dl is 1/10 of a Liter

    The Science Guy
    The Science Guy

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I get you now like Deciliter a tenth of a liter ... Deci- a tenth, Thanks

    Awesome! I would love to try this with peanuts! How do you think that would taste?


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I am happy that you like it.
    I just think you need to dry the almonds in the oven also, otherwise I think they can go to mushy.

    I would like to hear how it goes