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Make-it-up spiced nuts

I used

  • 200g walnuts
  • 200g hazelnuts
  • 2 table spoons rapeseed oil
  • Flat teaspoon each of cinnamon, nutmeg, paprika, and garam masala
  • A good pinch of pepper and salt
  • Sesame seeds.

Put the nuts into a oven proof baking tray.
Mix in the oil stir well. Add the spices and pepper, mix well so the nuts are covered with spice.
If you like your nuts a bit salty add salt now (I forgot and added salt after).
Put in the oven, 180 degrees.
After 10min give the nuts a stir, add sesame seeds, put back in oven.
After another 10min stir again.
After another 5min. Give another stir.
Watch them so they don't burn, they should look toasted! If not put them back for another 5min.
Rest for 5 mins make sure they aren't too hot,

then eat.

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