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    getting flavor to adhere to almonds

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    I havesome roasted almonds(with skins) i would like to flavor with seasoning salt.i was thinking a light coating of olive oil followed by the salt. This seems like they might remain a bit oily.Thoughts?

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    do it, they'll be good. marcona almonds are roasted in oil and are very oily...soooo good.

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    You can use an egg white and a little water whisked together then toss the almonds in to coat. Put on whatever seasoning you like, spread on a baking sheet and then stick in a 250 degree oven for about an hour. That way they're dry instead of oily. 1 egg will coat several cups of almonds so if you are doing just a cup or so then maybe not use all of the egg mixture.
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    You can actually just spray em with water, then sprinkle with salt, then roast.

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    Use butter.

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    Egg white does the trick for me, I roast almonds all the freakin time. Olive oil makes em very oily and gross.

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    Never would have thought of egg whites.

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    Since they have the skins on, would you soak the almonds first and then dehydrate them, or not worry about it?
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    I bought a Misto a while back and filled it with olive oil. If you're looking for a fine mist of oil, that would be the way to go. You'd get enough oil to make things stick, but not so much that it would be drippy.
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