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Easy Candied Pecans Recipe

Candied pecans are an unusual appetizer and, in the following candied pecans recipe, vanilla and cinnamon are used to add a wonderful aroma and flavor. These appetizers are quick and easy to make and you can use them to top desserts as well as a party appetizer. There are different candied pecans recipes you can try but the flavors in the following recipe are especially good.

Pecans are used in many recipes, from easy party appetizers to desserts. Their unique flavor and delicious crunchy consistency makes them ideal for using in a variety of recipes. Pecans go well with cheese for a savory dish and you can use them in salad recipes. They are also nice combined with sweet flavors like vanilla and cinnamon and candied pecans are really good. They will definitely be popular at your party – perhaps not with anyone wearing dentures but certainly with everyone else!

The following recipe makes half a cup of candied pecans but you can double the recipe if you have a lot of people coming over. Also, you can store candied pecans in an airtight container at room temperature for a while if you do happen to make too many or have some left over.

Candied Pecans with Vanilla and Cinnamon
Summary: In this easy appetizer recipe, pecans are flavored with vanilla, cinnamon and more, and these tasty, fragrant treats end up being crunchy and totally irresistible.
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Cuisine: USA (Southern)
Recipe type: Candied Appetizers
Serves: 6
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Ingredients
  • ½ cup pecans
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • 1 tablespoon vanilla
  • 6 tablespoons milk
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
  • 1 cup sugar
Instructions
  1. Combine the salt, sugar, milk, and cinnamon and bring the mixture to a boil over a medium heat, stirring it now and then.
  2. A heavy pan is best, if you have one.
  3. Cook the mixture to a soft boil, and then remove the pan from the heat.
  4. Add the nuts and vanilla and stir well until everything is coated.
  5. Pour on to waxed paper and separate the pecans using a pair of forks.

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Nuts can be served just as they are, added to other appetizers or used as a garnish. Something else you might like to try is making candied nuts. This means the coating is sweet and crunchy while the nut inside stays about the same, so you can bite through the aromatic coating and then enjoy the pecan inside. Vanilla and cinnamon are added to the coating mixture for a sweet, fragrant touch, which really suits the nut flavor. Place these in little bowls around the room or use them to garnish a gourmet salad. You can also serve them after the dinner, perhaps on a cheese and grape platter.
 

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