For parties or anytime it’s necessary to make sure you always have snacks on hand! Air Fryer Rosemary Cashews are full of flavor, crunch and they’re simple to make.
A handful of nuts is one of my very favorite snacks! Whether they are peanuts that I have to
A few years back my friend gave me a great recipe for Rosemary Cashews. The recipe was initially to be made in the oven but since I’m currently obsessed with my air fryer, I decided to give it a try in there.
Making these cashews in the air fryer meant that I could make a small batch for just me or a larger batch if we had guests or if I want to have extras for snacks. A handful of cashews with rosemary is great for snacking while enjoying a cold craft beer.
How to make Rosemary Cashews in the air fryer:
I made these in a small batch for snacking so I used 1/4 of the recipe that I have below. I love that I can whip up a small amount for movie night, it works great in the air fryer.
In a microwave-proof bowl melt the butter.
To the melted butter add Worcestershire Sauce, rosemary, chili powder, mustard powder,
Add the cashews to another bowl. Pour the butter mixture over the top.
Stir to coat the nuts with the butter mixture.
Place the nuts in a layer in the air fryer tray.
Set the air fryer to 300 degrees and cook for 4 minutes. Remove the tray and stir the nuts. Put the tray back and cook for an additional 4 minutes. Repeat one final time.
Check the nuts to see if they are golden. Take the nuts and spread them on a cookie sheet with parchment paper to cool.
Serve with some great craft beer and a good movie. Have extras? Store in a sealed container for up to 1 week.
Tips for making cashews in the air fryer:
- When making a larger batch, half the mixture and make in 2 separate batches.
- Do not be alarmed when you see that they are ‘soft’ to touch. The cashews will harden as they cool.
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