Like the recipe a lot, have made it a few times. What I did change was to roast them at a lower temperature (250 degrees) for a longer time (50 minutes), turning them every 10-15 minutes. When I had done it according to the recipe, they still were slightly sticky but with the lower temp and longer time it gave the maple syrup time to dry up. My time and temp above were using a heavy jelly roll pan and a silpat mat instead of parchment paper, so probably a little longer than if you were using a lighter pan and parchment.
syrthiss Posted: 01/15/09
Beckydoll Posted: 02/07/13philadelphia, PA
I love these pecans! Use them instead of croutons, in chicken salad, give as gifts, and snack on them between meals. Chopped them up and tossed into homemade caramel corn for a spicy-ssweet treat. I've substituted walnuts with great results. If the nuts are a little sticky after 10 minutes I'll turn off the oven and them continue to dry out.