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    Default Spiced Pecans

    This is another great treat for home, but it can also be given as a gift. If there is a Sams near you, you can get a 2 lb pag of pecans for about $10. That's a pretty good deal. 8oz of pecans at the grocery store is around $6.

    2 Tbs water
    1 egg, separated
    2 cups pecans
    1/2 cup sugar
    3/4 tsp salt
    1 tsp cinnamon
    1/4 tsp cloves

    1/4 tsp nutmeg

    Beat egg white with water, stir in pecans. In separate bowl, stir dry ingredients. Sprinkle spice mixture over nuts & mix well. Spray cookie sheet. Spread mixture on cookie sheet. Bake at 300 degrees for 30 minutes. Cool & store in airtight container.

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    Could you use other nuts? Sounds like you could, but not sure of that. Any opiopn? Thanks

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    I really need to edit my posts. That was supposed to be opinions. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margaret K View Post
    I really need to edit my posts. That was supposed to be opinions. LOL
    LOL! That's funny!

    Yes, you could absolutely use other nuts. I bet walnuts would be good with this. I've also done mixed nuts.

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    It's also quite good with almonds, but not so much with filberts.

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    Thank you, Pecans are my favorites!!
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    I love pecans too! But be careful, these are addictive!!!

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