Recipe from the book :
Although high in calories, nuts make a good snack because they contain mono-saturated fat that can benefit heart health by lowering levels of blood cholesterol. The spices used for these nuts give them a real kick, with honey providing a welcome sweetness. You can substitute any nuts and seeds you have in your cupboard.
50g whole almonds
50g cashew nuts
50g home-shelled pistachios
50g brazil nuts, cut in half
1 tsp paprika
1 tsp chilli powder
1 tsp ground ciamon
A pinch of ground cumin
A pinch of ground turmeric
1 tsp runny honey
1. Pre-heat your oven to 180`C/fan 160`c/gas 4. Line a baking tray with grease-proof paper.
2. Put all the nuts in a mixing bowl and add the spices and honey. Mix together well.
3. Spread out on the baking tray and toast in the heated over for 8 minutes. Leave to cool completely. The nuts can be kept in an airtight container for a few weeks.
- I used Maple syrup instead of honey and the taste was fabulous!
- You might need to add just a pinch of chilli instead of a tsp.
- A little experiment along with garlic would work great too!
- Works as a perfect snack anytime anywhere!
- This was my first time with oven wherein I used a butterpaper to toast something. I am loving the book with every recipe I try. Super easy.
Read more about 7 Days with The Detox Kitchen Bible HERE.
Detox Bible – Day 1 – Cucumber, Mint & Yogurt Dip
Detox Bible – Day 2 – Spicy Nuts
Detox Bible – Day 3 – Mango Yogurt with Dried Apricots & Banana
Detox Bible – Day 4 – Ginger, lemongrass & clove Tea
Detox Bible – Day 5- Broccoli & Ginger Soup
Detox Bible – Day 6 – Brown rice & Mushroom risotto
Detox Bible – Day 7 – Mango & Raspberry Sorbet