How to Roast Nuts
I like to roast nuts for a number of reasons: to make a filling for Baklava, to snack on, to use in a dessert like Panforte, to use in a dip and much more. The process is simple, but you need to use a moderately low temperature to prevent harming the valuable polyunsaturated oils found in nuts. If you do this correctly, you will end up with lightly toasted nuts with an enhanced flavor. So here’s how I do it:
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