Smoking nuts is a simple way to add that extra hit of flavour. You can eat these almonds on their own. Or else you may use them in a variety of other smoked recipes. Here you have some suggestions: Dark Chocolate Smoked Almond Bark, Smoked Bits and Bites
Or as a topping like this Smoked Brie Wheel.
1 pound almonds (pre-roasted and salted)
Bradley Smoker bisquettes – Mesquite
- Set up the smoker for 250°F using Mesquite wood bisquettes (or bisquettes of your choice).
- Place a magic mat on a smoker rack and evenly spread the almonds on it.
- Smoke for about 2 hours.
- Let the almonds come to room temperature before serving.