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Salt + Truffled Appetizers = Dinner Party Ice Breakers!


Attention Nutty Eaters: If you could only get a whif of this truffle-flavored deliciousness (d*mn you – website with no smell-o-vision)! Salt and Truffled Mixed Nuts is a yummy way to get

Salt and Truffled Mixed Nutpeople who don’t know each other to meet. How you ask? Well salt makes people thirsty which can persuade two strangers from 1 drink to 4 drinks, before you know it, you’re uninhibited and talking about your secret crush and voilà a new friend is made! Enjoy this addictive nutty appetizer and let me know how many new friends you make…

Serves 15 – 20

3 Cups Almonds
3 Cups Walnuts
3 Cups Raw Cashews
Finely ground kosher salt, to taste
White truffle oil, to taste

Preheat oven to 300 degrees

1. Add half of the cashews to a sheet tray and place in the oven, until lightly toasted, about 3 minutes. Pull the sheet tray and add half of the walnuts and almonds until lightly toasted, about 2 minutes. Repeat until all the nuts are toasted.

2. Inside a large bowl, add the truffle oil, to taste, around the bottom and sides of the bowl. Add in the nuts and top with salt. Mix all the ingredients until the nuts are evenly coated with salt and truffle oil. Enjoy!

Crave more dinner party ice-breakers? Try this list of ice-breaker questions. Hello Stranger  – !

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Bren permalink
    12 pm

    Thanks for the recipe. I love truffle oil with eggs and it was AMAzing!

    • brandon maya permalink*
      12 am

      Hey There!
      If you try the nuts let me know how it tastes!

      Love, Peace and Truffled Anything,
      Brandon Maya

  2. Anonymous permalink
    12 am

    Huh…didn’t kow you could really do anything more to “nuts”…nice!

  3. MuSiCh permalink
    12 am

    Huh…didn’t kow you could really do anything more to “nuts”…nice!

    • brandon maya permalink*
      12 am

      Hi MuSiCh,
      Next I’m taking it old school and boiling peanuts – soo delicious.

      Love, Peace and Nut-Lover,
      Brandon Maya

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