16 Responses to “Ina Garten’s Rosemary Roasted Cashews”


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  1. oh my word…these are going to be DANGEROUS when i make them! i can sense a burned tongue in my future…

  2. Cashews are so addicting as is, these would never last around me either!

  3. Ina’s recipe is very similar to a recipe that Angela adapted at Oh She Glows…that one has become my go-to recipe for parties. SO ADDICTIVE! One of Angela’s twists is that she bakes the nuts a second time after tossing in the sauce, so they get crispy. I’m drooling just thinking of it.

  4. Looks delicious! I wish I could make it. My third child is allergic to cashews, so I’m terrified to even keep them in the house. Maybe the husband and I can sneak it as an after bedtime snack.

  5. I’m a total nut addict. I can only have so many in the house at a time 😉 I know I’d love these. I think rosemary does incredible things in terms of seasoning.

  6. My husband loves cashews…I’ll have to give this a try!

  7. I’ve made these for years and they’re one of my all time faves. In Ina’s new cookbook she has a similar recipe for maple roasted nuts but I haven’t tried them yet.

  8. These are my absolute favorite! I made a very similar recipe from Williams-Sonoma Holiday Entertaining cookbook and used a combination of raw almonds, walnuts, and pecans, instead. Olive oil most definitely works (that is what my recipe calls for) and they are heavenly!

  9. Raz

    Sounds delicious. Have you ever tried Trader Joe’s Sesame cashews. I would like to try and figure out the recipe. Delish! They also have Sesame almonds equally as good.

  10. I have yet to make an Ina Garten recipe that has been any less than fantastic so I can definitely understand the appeal. I love making elevated bar nuts.

  11. Ina’s a genius. These look amazing!

  12. These sound amazing, but I wouldn’t expect less from Ina…or you! I love cashews so I must give these a try!!

  13. i love ina
    i love cashews
    i love rosemary.

    MUST MAKE! 🙂

  14. I really like the rosemary sprigs in the photo. Clever. 🙂

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