While you might think of glazed walnuts as a holiday treat, you can make them any time of the year. Use them to top ice cream sundaes, cakes or use them in savory salads to add crunch and a hint of sweetness. Simple and straightforward to make, always take extra care when you're working with hot sugar because it can cause severe burns.
Mix granulated sugar and salt in a large, heavy skillet. For each 2 cups of walnuts, use 1/2 cup sugar and 1/4 teaspoon salt.
Cook the sugar mixture over medium heat until the sugar begins to melt. Add the walnuts to the skillet, stirring the mixture constantly.
Cook the sugar-nut mixture until the sugar is completely melted and turns a rich, golden brown.
Pour the nut mixture onto waxed paper and let cool slightly.
Separate the nuts.
How to Make Sugared Almonds
How to Bake Sugar Free Cheese Cake
How to Refresh Dried Fruits: Raisins
How to Roast Maple and Brown Sugar ...
Easy Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe
How to Make Sweet Syrup With Fruit Juice
How to Store Apples
How Long Does Banana Bread Stay Fresh?
How to Make Sweet Brown Rice
How to Substitute Splenda for Sugar
How to Make Sugar Wax?
How to Cook Canned Yams in a Slow Cooker
How Long Do You Cool Muffins Before ...
How Many Calories are in Pistachio ...
How to Cook Strawberries
The Calories in Costco's Gourmet ...
How to Make Homemade Wax Strips
How to Roast Frozen Corn With Olive Oil
How to Make Fresh Strawberry Frosting ...
How to Make a Juicy Pork Tenderloin
This article was written by the CareerTrend team, copy edited and fact checked through a multi-point auditing system, in efforts to ensure our readers only receive the best information. To submit your questions or ideas, or to simply learn more about CareerTrend, contact us [here](http://careertrend.com/about-us).
Laura Beth Drilling/Demand Media