These toasted and spiced nuts couldn’t be simpler, and couldn’t be more of an impressive dish to toss together to bring to a cocktail party. A combination of earthy coriander, cumin, and turmeric play beautifully off the natural nutty sweetness of cashews, with cayenne and salt adding a pop of salt and spice.
I recommend you use the whole cumin and coriander seeds for this recipe, as toasting them beforehand really brings out the flavors in a lovely way. But since this is a dish that’s supposed to be easy and simple, I’ve included amounts for the ground spices as well.
Makes about 1 ½ cups. Adapted from One Good Dish.
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