To toast pine nuts, soak the nuts in a quart of salt water. Heat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Discard the water, and roast the nuts in the oven for approximately 10 to 30 minutes. More »

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To roast pine nuts in an oven, place them in a baking sheet at 350 F and roast for about 10 to 15 minutes, shaking them gently until they turn lightly golden. To roast pine nuts in a microwave, alternate roasting and coo... More »

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Sliced or slivered almonds, pistachios or a combination of the two can provide a substitute for pine nuts. Asian pine nuts are typically less expensive than Italian "pinolis" but are known to have a bitter aftertaste and... More »

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To roast pine nuts in an oven, place them in a baking sheet at 350 F and roast for about 10 to 15 minutes, shaking them gently until they turn lightly golden. To roast pine nuts in a microwave, alternate roasting and coo... More »

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To toast pecans, coat the nuts in the desired seasoning and bake at 250 F for about an hour. Alternatively, bake the pecans at 375 F for 8 to 10 minutes. More »

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To roast pecans, toss the nuts with melted butter and spread on a pan or baking sheet. Add the desired seasonings and bake as directed by the recipe. Most recipes recommend roasting the pecans at 325 degrees Fahrenheit f... More »

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Some good ways of toasting almonds are to toast them in an oven with or without oil. You can also toast them in a saucepan or with a microwave. More »

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