Chili Roasted Almonds

Introduction: Chili Roasted Almonds

This instructable is for people that like spicy food and snacks.

The  recipe is simple and take a limited time to make.

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Step 1: Ingredients

The amount of ingredients for this instructable is the following.

500g almonds
1 tablespoon strong chilipower
1 tablespoon sweet chilipower
1 tablespoon coarse salt
1 tablespoon oregano
1 tablespoon garlicpower
2 dl water

I you want an more spicy mix add more of the strong chilipowder

Step 2: Dry Almonds

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

Step 3: Mix Ingredients

Add the ingrdients to a pan and heat up the mixture.

Step 4: 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 often.

Step 7: All Done Enjoy

When the drying is done put the roasted almonds in a bowl and enjoy.

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

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

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    3 Discussions


    This recipe is really quite fantastic. I've made this a couple of years in a row as a Christmas gift for folks and they just love it! And you're's important to make enough because a good portion of them don't make it out of the kitchen. Thank you very much! For those not on the metric system, the conversions are 1.1 lbs almonds and .85 cup water. This recipe has enough wiggle room in it that the level of precision is not as important as in other recipes. To dry the almonds (in Colorado, USA where it's dry anyway) I roast for 15 minutes initially, and then 20 minutes after the addition of the spices, stirring every 5 minutes.


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    I am very happy that you like the recipe. Normally I am making the Porter Roasted Almonds but that require a strong tasting beer and a big batch of almonds.
    I often have the thought "I will not eat more now" and seconds later I am eating another portion.
    Happy roasting