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Mixed Masala Nuts and Dried Tropical Fruits

Mixed Masala Nuts and Dried Tropical Fruits
I had small quantity of various nuts in my pantry and didn't know what to do with them.My hubby joked by telling "mix them and add some chilli powder and eat them. You always buy them but never finish!!" Why not that's was a great idea and decide to mix up all the nuts with some dried fruit and they tasted so good that I cannot stop eating them. I'm not a nut eater but now i'm addicted to these nuts.I'm posting the while munching them. These spiced nuts are a great holiday snack or party food.

Ingredients
Serving Size:4

1/2 cup cashew nuts
1/2 cup walnuts
1/2 cup almonds
1/2 cup pecans
1/2 cup peanuts
1/2 cup pistachio
1 cup dried tropical fruits


Spice Mixture:
1tsp turmeric powder
1btsp chilli powder
1tsp chat masala powder
a ping of hing
1tsp black pepper powder
1/2tsp garlic powder
1tbsp roasted white sesame seeds
salt
1tbsp dried onion flask


Preparation Method:
In a heavy bottomed pan heat 2tbsp coconut oil on low flame. Then add the spice mixture and saute till the raw smell of the spice mixture are removed. Then add all the nuts and dried fruits and saute till they are well coated. Remove from pan and allow the them to be cooled-keep in airtight container and munch whenever you feel like.



Comments

Sunitha said…
A very good idea indeed...looks great!
Urmi said…
Masala nuts looks fantastic. It is perfect for snacks. Nice pic.
Priya Suresh said…
Wow nuts and dry fruits...prefect for munching..
Rachana said…
A perfect spicy munch:)
Unknown said…
Excellent idea,looks awesome.
Tina said…
Crunchy and delicious..Great idea dear...
Sushma Mallya said…
Very nice one...perfect snack during tea time..
gtyuk said…
not bad at all, that's an excellent source of fiber too!!! let me call it as a kinda royal mixture !!!
Chitra said…
I'll finish it off right now.never mind about calories ;)
Unknown said…
Its an ideal trail mix..Yumm!!
Mona said…
Good idea! they look yumm!
Mythreyi Dilip said…
Yummy and crunchy mix da.....

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