Sep 192006

As fall has arrived, additions to salads are now about to change. Recently, while I was making a pretty simple dinner, I wanted to spice up my field greens a little. These pecans are pretty easy to make and can be accompanied by both gorgonzola cheese and dried cranberries.
1 Cup Coarsely Chopped Pecans
1 Cup Dark Brown Sugar
1/3 Cup Water
Pre Heat Oven to 300

In a sauce pan bring brown sugar and water to a boil and remove from heat and add pecans. On a baking sheet place a silplat and pour coated pecans over silplat and baking for 15 minutes remove and let cool completely. Now pecans are ready to add to salad!

 Posted by at 7:02 pm

  3 Comments to “Sugared Pecans”

  1. good and much simpler then my recipe for the pecans. I do add the chinese 5 spice powder and that’s quite good. Jene

  2. Patty, This is a good one…I can actually do this w/o a disaster! Thanks for all the tips & recipes.

  3. Speaking of Fall, Halloween is fast approaching. And when I think Halloween, I think CANDY CORN! I find that Brach’s is a bit too sweet and that the honey flavor is a little too pronounced in Farley’s brand. I’d like to try making my own to get the balance of flavors just right, but don’t even know where to begin. Any thoughts?

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