Pecans are one of my favorite nuts for cooking and especially for frying. Not only do they have distinct health properties, but they also add a nice texture and slightly sweet taste to many foods, especially if they are sweet. Some recipes work well with raw pecans, but sometimes they work better with roasted pecans. Here are a few different ways to roast pecans.
Baked walnuts in the oven
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spread the pecans evenly in a single layer on a greased baking sheet or baking sheet. It is best to place it on a baking sheet in the center of the oven. If they get too close to the top or bottom coils, they can start to burn. Bake for 5-10 minutes, checking regularly. When they turn golden brown, they are done.
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Oven roasting browns the nuts more evenly than some other methods.
Roast pecans on the stove
You can also grill it on the stove, with or without oil. Use a skillet with a thick bottom to spread evenly over the heat source. If you choose to use butter or oil, add them to a preheated skillet over medium-high heat, covering the surface. Add pecans.
Be sure to stir or shake the nuts frequently so they don't burn. Pecans burn easily, so don't be distracted by roasting them on the stove. Bake for about 5 minutes or until fragrant golden brown.
Peanuts roasted this way won't brown as evenly as those baked in the oven, but some people like to add a little butter or oil, which works better with the oven method.