The ultimate party mix in our book.
The ultimate party mix in my book. The furikake seasoning gives a classic American snack a delicious, umami bent. This recipe makes about two large standard, half-sheet-sized pans' worth of mix. You can also get one of those large disposable aluminum roasting pans that you roast turkeys in and cook everything in there. You'll want to allow suitable cooking time: It needs to bake low and slow (don't rush it!) until everything is crispy and dry. Bag it up as gifts, or just fill a huge bowl—and watch people go wild. (Our resident Hawaiian, from where this mix originates, gave her approval, so you know it's good!)Lori November 2, 2019 This is a huge favorite with friends and family— However I modified the concept to make it “healthier” and a bit more flavorful. 1) Brown the butter and use 5 T rather than 1/2 c 2) Add an equal amount of olive oil to the browned butter and ditch the vegetable oil 3) Add about 2/3 c real maple syrup* plus 2 T sugar in lieu of the sugar into the browned butter/olive oil until sugar is dissolved 4) Add a generous tsp. of vanilla extract and 1/2 tsp salt — use low sodium soy sauce if you have it 5) Use a variety of nuts such as almonds, cashews, macadamia nuts pecans (my favorite- Simply Almonds, Cashews & Cranberries from Trader Joe’s) and increase the amount to 3 cups or more 6) we love nuts so I actually add more including a handful of dried cherries (on top of the cranberries if your using the Trader Joe’s nut medley as described above) AND nix/eliminate the goldfish and bugles. Definitely keep the pretzels in there! 7). Sprinkle about 3 T of Furikake over each tray.. taste and add more if you want a stronger flavor. You can always add more right after it’s removed from the oven as it is still somewhat soft and the seaweed mix will stick to the Chex. *Trader Joe’s has a Bourbon Maple Syrup which gives it a nice rich flavor. Their Vanilla maple syrup is great too. But plain maple syrup works just as well. Wafa H. July 26, 2019 Loved this and it was super easy to make! So glad that I tried it. Also, I kept it in sealed container for more than two weeks and it kept fresh! I added pepper to it to give it a"kick" and it was so so delicious. I look forward to making this over and over again! Michele O. June 13, 2019 Not sure what exactly went wrong her - but this was gross. I was looking forward to giving both my father and husband a nice homemade gift but this is not inedible. This recipe makes an enormous amount of snack mix. It needed a long time in the oven to fully dry out as the recipe calls for but simply ended up tasting like burnt seaweed. It had zero sweet, salty flavor. Just gross Sarah Y. March 25, 2019 This recipe is amazing! I've made it about 10 times and it's super addicting! I've been getting orders from friends and family asking me when I'm making more :D Marcia H. January 5, 2019 I wish I had never found this recipe. I don’t want to stop eating it. Such a wonderful balance of flavors. Read more: Food52
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