There is a traditional Japanese sweet snack called ‘Karinttō’ which I love always. It’s a deep-fried sweet biscuit sticks coated with unrefined dark brown sugar same as muscovado. I have never made ‘Karinttō’ but this easy-to-make ‘Muscovado Coated Nuts’ are even tastier than ‘Karintō’ and healthier. However, I always make a small amount at a time because it is so hard to stop eating.
Roasted Nuts (Walnuts, Almonds, Pecans are recommended) 1 cup
Muscovado 1/4 cup *firmly packed
Water 1 tablespoon
- Place a sheet of baking paper on a large plate or a baking tray.
- Place Muscovado and Water in a saucepan, heat over a low heat stirring.
- When Muscovado has melted and started making bubbles, remove from heat. Add Nuts and mix well to make all nuts coated with Muscovado.
- Spread the nuts on the prepared baking sheet, separate them from each other if you wish, and let them cool.