These Cajun Roasted Pecans are buttery, crispy, and SPI-CEY! It takes some extra special Louisiana flavors and only minutes to roast these nuts into delicious snackers. Make sure you have plenty of pecans on hand before you start, you’ll want to make multiple batches to keep and share!
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There’s nothing better than a healthy snack when your running out of steam in the middle of the day. These Cajun Roasted Pecans are just right for such an occasion. They are gluten free, low carb, full of protein, and packed with taste. All you need are raw pecans, salted butter, some Cajun seasoning like my Pink Cajun Seasoning Blend, Worchestershire sauce, and a dose of liquid Concentrated Shrimp and Crab Boil.
Yes, that’s right! Shrimp and crab boil puts these Cajun Roasted Pecans over the top! After using this liquid seasoning you’ll discover a whole new way to incorporated more of that Cajun flavor into your foods. Go ahead and get adventurous adding this golden sauce to corn on the cob, macaroni and cheese, gumbos, stews, gravy, and whatever your heart desires. Just a little at first ’cause this bottle packs a punch!
Oh, and about my Pink Cajun Seasoning Blend. It’s a combination of Himalayan pink salt with other seasonings that add a burst of spicy Louisiana flavor to food. It’s rich in taste, doesn’t overpower the taste of your food, and a cinch to make with items you probably already have on hand. Or, you can use your own favorite Cajun seasoning.
Roasted Pecans Are Easy To Make
Simple ingredients that are quick to assemble is my kind of cooking. With that said, there is no excuse to not roast these nuts. Especially since they’re a healthy alternative to the snacks you may have in your kitchen right now.
All there is to do is melt the butter, add the seasonings and flavorings, toss in the nuts and mix together. Then, roast them on a cookie sheet in a single layer for about 10 minutes and there you have it! A tasty snack or a delicious substitution for croutons in your favorite salad. And what about adding them to a casserole or vegetable dish? That’ll work, too!