Pan Roasted Almonds with Wasabi Lime Seasoning – a GREAT Keto Snack! Healthy Fat Bomb!

hey there it’s Steve from and in this video we are going to be remaking a recipe my
daughter and i did probably five years ago on our channel daddy-daughter
kitchen I’ll include the link to that below so you can see how far we’ve come
when we did that video all we did to season the almonds was just add salt
since then I feel I’ve dialed in a pretty good wasabi lime salt seasoning
that I think is actually better than the Blue Diamond almonds you get with the
wasabi lime seasoning on the subject in Blue Diamond almonds you know when you
buy one of those little six ounce cans that’s like four four and a half dollars
or you get a three pound bag of almonds from Costco for $12 so there’s a pretty
significant cost savings in making your own
additionally the macros on almonds are great as far as ketogenic snacks go
you’ve got 15 grams of fat six grams of protein and only two net grams of carbs
so let’s get into making the recipe what are you gonna need first off you’re
gonna need one pound of almonds that’s about three cups two packets of trool
I’m dehydrated lime and I’ll include the link for that below two teaspoons of
wasabi powder and I will include the link for that as well two teaspoons of
really finely ground sea salt we’ll talk more about that in a second and 1
tablespoon of neutral oil I’m using MCT oil you can use whatever you want so to
make our seasoning first add two packets of true lime two teaspoons of salt two teaspoons of wasabi it’s really
important that your salt be as fine as possible so that it really adheres well
to the almonds so just to make sure that we get things really really powdery I’m
gonna use a mortar and pestle to grind my various seasonings together I’m gonna
transfer that mixture to a seasoning shaker you don’t need a seasoning shaker
you can just sprinkle it on top of the almonds when the time comes but you know
I’ve got it so I’m going to use it set a burner to medium-high heat and add 1
tablespoon of neutral oil I’m using MCT oil it’s super neutral it has a very
high smoke point swirl it around to coat the bottom of your pan when the oil
starts to shimmer that’s usually an indication that it’s around 350 degrees
which is about the temperature we want when we add our almonds let’s add those
almonds you’re going to want to toss the almonds for about a minute to make sure
that they’re well coated and then we’re gonna turn the heat down to medium
somewhere between medium medium-low now something to be aware of these times and
temperatures that I’m providing these are based on an electric stove if you
have a gas stove this is probably gonna cook a lot more quickly for you and
you’re gonna have to really be on top of your almonds stirring them to make sure
that none of them burn we are at the 12 minute mark and the almonds are starting
to pop and crackle that’s a good sign we’re probably just gonna give them
about one more minute and then we’re gonna put them on a cookie sheet and
season them up you’re gonna want to hit these pretty
liberally with the seasoning because a lot of it will fall off and it’s just
it’s not as strong as you think it is or you know maybe I just love Evan my
sinuses cleared by wasabi we’ve let our almonds cool for about an hour and a
half so they should be nice and crunchy these are good now I will say I like
mine even with a little bit more wasabi punch so maybe the first time you make
these use the base recipe as I described it and if you decide you want more
wasabi kick it up add another teaspoon of wasabi if you want a little bit more
that citrus taste to it add another packet of Tru lime you could also take
some powdered swerve and cinnamon and do like some cinnamon sugar almonds or you
could create a barbecue rub and do it that way if you enjoyed this recipe
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  1. As soon as I buy all of the ingredients, I will be making this recipe! You have so many great recipes on your videos. I have found 3 of your video recipes, so far that I can't wait to try. Thank you for sharing! So glad that one of your videos showed up on my feed and I subscribed.

  2. Thanks for this!! I'm going to shoot for a smokehouse almond knock-off, because Blue Diamond uses canola oil, but if you beat me to it that would be awesome!

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