June 26, 2011

Martha Stewart Living Adobo Peanuts

So my last post focused on sweet cashew nuts. I love flavored nuts of any kind, especially sweet, but sometimes I crave savory snacks. Unlike most of my husband's family I don't particularly enjoy potato chips or pretzels. However, I do occasionally crave salty snacks and am always looking for new ways to satisfy my cravings. A recent issue of Martha Stewart Living had a recipe for adobo peanuts that looked like a great salty snack option.

With only four ingredients, this recipe is extremely simple. The total active time is under five minutes, and the total recipe time under an hour. I had no problems finding any of the ingredients at my local grocery store and followed the recipe as written. Just make sure to stir the nuts during baking time to prevent burning and to promote even cooking.

These nuts have a nice smokey flavor. They have a nice subtle amount of salt and a spiciness that grows the more nuts you eat. For anyone having an outdoor bbq this recipe would go great with lager, iced tea, or any drinks with lime or lemon.

For the recipe go to Martha Stewart Living Adobo Peanuts.


  1. Hi!

    These look interesting - I've never thought of adobo peanuts before. Leave it to Martha!

    Thanks so much for linking up with Super Stalker Sunday hop. Hope you'll be able to join us again next week!

    Your Co-Host,
    Emily from Nap Time Is My Time

  2. Mmmm. Your blog makes me hungry.

  3. Very interesting, hmmm, all Martha whom i admire. Makes me want to cook more. Have a great day and will be returning!


  4. These sound tasty! Plus a good way to get some great protein.

    Thanks for stopping by, we're following you back!

    Brandi from Three Fabulous Mommies

  5. hi, new follower from super stalker sunday hop. would love for you to visit my blog and follow back if you like.

  6. These nuts look great your blog is fab! Thanks so much for stopping by, I'm following you back!

  7. Following you from Super Stalker Sunday Blog Hop

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  8. For the first time in my life, I wish I could taste nuts! I'm allergic. =(

  9. I am following back from the blog hop and I couldnt find the recipe for Hot and Chunky Guacamole so I am going to Google it. I make mine with edemame...but peas is a great idea when I want to lessen the soy and get in the veggies!! Awesome...thanks so much!
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