Sunday, February 3, 2008

Sweet Coated Pecans to munch on...



With Super Bowl just few hours away, if anyone is still wondering what to make to snack on, and if you trust me, here’s something you can prepare in less than 10 minutes ……leave it in the oven for an hour and you will be ready with these crunchies by the time you are all set to watch the game…..TRY this snack only on one condition that you won’t come back and accuse me of getting you addicted to these sweet coated Pecans :D Click here for the recipe.


Enjoy the game !

Three cheers to Brady :P


Shn

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40 comments:

  1. hi mishmash
    sweet coated pecans recipe is worth trying....thanks for sharing and posting the lovely pictures, too.

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  2. oh yummy! Enjoy the game... :)

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  3. awesome one ...enjoy your game too!!!

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  4. Oh how pretty, Shn!
    I think that's all I ever say for all your posts:-)

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  5. Hi Mishmash,

    The photo looks mouth watering, but how will i appease it without the recipe????

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  6. lovely pecans mishmash ,love the pics too

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  7. Nice one mishmash! Any thing crunchy munchy is welcome.. not matter if its sweet, spicy or salty :-)

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  8. Awesome snack...enjoy the game shn!

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  9. Yummy! Have fun watching super-bowl :).

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  10. hey,that looks yummy yummy !!enjoy!!!

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  11. Wow! The photos are 'Eye candy' ;)

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  12. Tempting... enjoy the game :-)

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  13. We LOVED the game, were all crashed on the carpet with whole loda of food, eating leftovers today!:)
    Healthy option to munch, good one shn!

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  14. wow! so colorful ... both you and cjj need to hit the gym soon!....i am sure nothing would be left by now!

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  15. Pecans look so yummy!! nice snack and love those pictures!!

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  16. Oh, those look utterly addictive, Shn. And I love the playful presentation you've chosen!

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  17. Idea Kollaam...Sweet coated Pecans..Yummyyyyyyyy "Njandu kari aane njan predikshichathe"

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  18. u think this will work with walnuts too?how do u stop eating this?

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  19. lovely pic!! Hope you enjoyed the game...

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  20. oohh...i love the cones..are they edible?? ;) :D:D

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  21. Wow, just love the presentation. Would be trying a hand at this too .
    Swapna

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  22. Sorry Shn, but our Giants beat the pats pants off! On a nicer note, the pecans look awesome!!! Thanks. :)

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  23. wow . that looksso crunch Shn :) .
    the way you took picture is nice :).

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  24. Shn , these pecan bites look gr8 ! good luck with the superbowl !

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  25. look so cheerful! Enjoy the game... and please leave me a cone of nuts *crunch*

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  26. Great looking stuff Shn. I am sure they taste as good as they look. I wonder if they get pecans in India (Delhi) I think they'll be substituted by walnuts equally well - what do you say??

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  27. Brady was a disaster!:(, but your pecans look very inviting shn!!:) loved your presentation too!

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  28. Shn, a lovely treat to enjoy the game! Much better than those junk food out there!

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  29. Yummy pecans here!! Would love to have it...lovely pics!!

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  30. hi mishmash...


    looks lovely..especially those cone colors..vibrant...well i need a small help..i am regular reader/visitor of malabar spice and ginger and mango(inji) blogs like your blog ....but recently i am not able to access it even though i logged in through my google a/c...i tried to find some emailid where i could contact them...no success till now...is there some way though which i can contact them?....i am sorry if i am bothering u with this.....thanks..

    rashmi

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  31. I love your presentation, always!

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  32. recently a friend of mine bought caramel coated popcorn from USA..and i loved it..now this one is equally tempting too.

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  33. My goodness, these look so excellent. I would love some right now!!!

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  34. Hi Mishmash!!!I am a new blogger....your recipes and pictures are very good.....your cake decorations are awesome!!!

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  35. Hiiii....Thanks a ton, friends...yes we had a fab time at our friends place....everyone enjoyed the game as well as the crunchies....:)

    And yes, you can use walnuts too for this recipe.

    Rashmi, Malabar spices is closed temporarily as the page is under construction...will be public soon.

    Thanks again!
    Shn

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