Southern Roasted Pecans Recipe

This is my grandmother’s recipe.  She has 10 acres of Pecan Trees, but when I was growing up they had over 50 acres…. consequently, I have quite a few pecan recipes.  HA!  However, the roasted pecans recipe has been passed down for generations.  My great-grandmother could make them over the fire and my mother makes hers in the microwave!  The ingredients have remained constant, the love has remained constant, the rich flavor of the pecans has remained constant!  The only change is the cooking tool. icon smile Southern Roasted Pecans Recipe

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If you keep these Southern Roasted Pecans in a sealed glass jar, they will last for a very long time – I make them for birthday parties and Holidays as they are a great snack to keep the hungry quiet while the adults visit.  If you swing by my Grandmaw’s, she will have some on hand and a nice glass of sweet tea for you.  Southern Roasted Pecans are a tradition down here that is not going to die with me!  My boys know how and I am working on teaching them some other “grandmaw’s favorite” recipes already!

Southern Roasted Pecans Recipe
 
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Roasted Pecans is an easy appetizer recipe that will leave your house smelling yummy!
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Recipe type: Appetiser
Cuisine: southern
Ingredients
  • Pecans
  • ½ stick margarine
  • Salt to taste (this means quite a bit of salt!)
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 250.
  2. Fill cast iron skillet half full of pecans.
  3. Salt to taste.
  4. Bake for 30 mins, stirring every 10 minutes.

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About Kelli Miller

My husband (Ricky) of 14 years, our three wild and wonderfully different little boys, one totally spoiled little dog named Annie, and I live in a small town on the coast of Southern Alabama.

Comments

  1. Wow that would be amazing to grow up with all those pecan trees. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Linda Winterland says:

    Bet you could help me with a recipe for a sugar and spice pecan. Would like to give my volunteers something to munch on as a Christmas gift. Thanks in advance. Since they are Seniors I best watch the salt :)