These almonds are sweet & spicy! When craving Chinese Food, this is what I make :) I love the Teriyaki flavoring!

Recipe Directions

1. In a food processor, process all of the above ingredients except for almonds. After draining and rinsing your almonds, shake off excess water. Put in a bowl and coat with this mixture. Place almonds and gooey juice onto a Teflex sheet in your dehydrator. Dehydrate for

2. After draining and rinsing your almonds, shake off excess water. Put in a bowl and coat with this mixture. Place almonds and gooey juice onto a Teflex sheet in your dehydrator. Dehydrate for

3. Place almonds and gooey juice onto a Teflex sheet in your dehydrator. Dehydrate for at least 1 day – if they last that long :)

These measurements are estimates… but fairly accurate. If you want spicier almonds, then put less of the pineapple ring in. I’d start with a 1/4 of the ring and add from there. Use more cayenne if that’s what you like ;)

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By carrie6292

These almonds are sweet & spicy!

When craving Chinese Food, this is what I make :)

I love the Teriyaki flavoring!

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No, you can eat it the way it is... the mixture is gooey and thick. When you dehydrate it becomes chewy and a little hard - very nice texture when done dehydrating. I usually start snacking on them only a few hours into dehydration.

123: Yeah, i've thought about putting this on other things too - like a Hawaiin Pizza or some sprouts and broccoli slaw.... I'm sure it will be great in the summer too!

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Outstanding recipe! The sauce would be good on other things too. This is going into my recipe box.

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I LOVE YOUUUUUU for this recipe.....anything hawaiian...bring it on girlie....will try it tonight....

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I LOVE YOUUUUUU for this recipe.....anything hawaiian...bring it on girlie....will try it tonight....

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No, you can eat it the way it is... the mixture is gooey and thick. When you dehydrate it becomes chewy and a little hard - very nice texture when done dehydrating. I usually start snacking on them only a few hours into dehydration.

123: Yeah, i've thought about putting this on other things too - like a Hawaiin Pizza or some sprouts and broccoli slaw.... I'm sure it will be great in the summer too!

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What is like before you put it in the dehydrator? Texture, taste? I guess what I'm asking is...is the dehydrating really necessary for it to be edible?:) It sounds delicious.

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Outstanding recipe! The sauce would be good on other things too. This is going into my recipe box.

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