Gegrilde amandelen in kruidensiroop, een super anti-oxidant recept

Amandelen zijn een gezonde snack.

Maar soms lijken ze wat saai bij een aperitief, wel deze zijn een ideale en gezonde aperitiefsnack.

Je maakt ze in een handomdraai en hebt niet veel nodig.

Je gasten zullen ze zeker waarderen.

Hier volgt het recept, overtuig jezelf en probeer ze uit.

Voor 4 personen
Voorbereiding: 5 minuten


  • 100 gram amandelen
  • 1 kleine soeplepel ahornsiroop
  • 1 kleine soeplepel sojasaus
  • 1/4 koffielepel gemalen kurkuma
  • 1/4 koffielepel paprika
  • een snuifje zwarte peper


  • Verwarm de oven voor op 180° C
  • Doe de ahornsiroop, de sojasaus en de kruiden in een kom.
    Voeg er de amandelen aan toe en meng alles goed door elkaar.
  • Verdeel alles mooi over een plaat  bakpapier en plaats gedurende 5 minuten in de oven.
    Laat alles afkoelen alvorens te proeven.

Smakelijk iedereen!

Bedankt voor het bezoek.

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