Burned almonds (sugar coated)

Lene Frost


This treat is loved and asked for by family and friends mostly around Christmas. Beware they are addictive :-)


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5 Min
15 Min
Pan Fry


How to Make Burned almonds (sugar coated)


  1. In a sauté skillet pour the sugar and water after mixing add the almonds.
  2. On max. heat keep stirring - but be very careful the sugar will get very hot.
    After a while the water evaporats and stirring will become a little more heavy.
  3. Keep going until you hear a cracking sound from the almonds... it is very distinct, you'll know it when you hear it... Keep sirring for an additional 2 minutes and put on a waxed cookie sheet. Separate with a wooden spatular. Cool and store in an airtight container.

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About Burned almonds (sugar coated)

Course/Dish: Nuts
Main Ingredient: Nuts
Regional Style: Scandinavian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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