Use the SABER® EZ Stainless Griddle to roast your favorite nuts with sweet, spicy or salty flavors. Grilled nuts make great snacks to you and as gifts.
This recipe was made and written for SABER Grills by Colleen Kennedy of Souffle Bombay. Bon appétit!
A couple of weeks ago, I tried out my newest grill “toy”, and the first thing I did with it was to make myself some Paleo Grilled Nuts! Delicious & healthy!
Check out the SABER® EZ Stainless Griddle! Imagine all of the possibilities like bacon, fish, pancakes, veggies and just about anything else you can imagine, easily made right on your grill, with that smoky kiss only your grill can give add!
The SABER® EZ Griddle is heavy duty and a true quality made product for the grill! Made from 14 gauge heavy duty restaurant style cooking, it includes an EZ clean grease tray which catches any grease. Once the griddle is cool, you can easily slide out the tray and discard any drippings.
It measures 16.25″ x 12.25″ x 2.75″, the griddle surface equals 199 sq. inches of cooking surface. Simply place the griddle on your grill, heat for 10 minutes and then begin the cooking process. The possibilities are endless!
I have a few friends that spend a lot of weekends at a 3 season campground in NJ, where they all live in these amazing trailers, even though the trailers are state of the art, the kitchen areas are very small. A lot of the cooking there takes place on grills and smokers. It amazes me how their weekends revolve around food…really good food…it’s almost like a sport down there and it all centers around outdoor cooking. I can’t wait to tell them about the SABER® EZ Griddle. They will all love this!
Store the griddle under your grill or in your grill when not in use. I keep mine in a sealed bag so it’s ready at a moment’s notice!
Now, let’s talk about these Paleo Grilled Nuts! Smoky roasted and flavored nuts are a delicious snack option and make a fantastic hostess/host gift in a pretty jar. I often make a variety of nuts to give as gifts.
You can of course make these any way you choose. Since I am still in the frame of mind to be a little healthier since the New Year started I chose to use natural sweeteners and oils for these recipes. Typically during the holidays, I make them with sugar.
I made three varieties and used coconut oil for each. I did a Sweet & Spicy Grilled Paleo Nuts, Rosemary Grilled Paleo Nuts and a Grilled Paleo Nuts with Bacon. My husband ate ALL of the Grilled Nuts with Bacon and one of his buddies was over and absconded with the Sweet & Spicy Grilled Paleo Nuts, which I had turned into a trail mix of sorts my adding a handful of dried raisins and cranberries.
Grilled Paleo Nuts with Bacon
Sweet & Spicy Grilled Paleo Nuts
Grilled Seasoned Rosemary Nuts
Note: My favorites online spice shop is The Spice House and one of my favorite seasonings happens to be their Vulcan’s Fire Salt. They hand grind all of their spices in their shops and superior quality. I often make Sugared Nuts with their Chicago Old Town Premium Spiced Sugar (cardamom, vanilla sugar, cassia cinnamon), which is one of my favorite ingredients…period. I also used their Fancy Garlic Salt which contains garlic, parsley & scallions. You can substitute with garlic powder, Kosher salt and dried parsley.