Whether you say pee-can or peh-kahn, we're pronouncing these pecan recipes as some of the best we've ever tasted!
Once you’ve made a pecan pie in a cast-iron skillet, you may never go back to a pie plate. Simply press a refrigerated pie
crust into the skillet, sprinkle with sugar, top with the pecan mixture, and bake. Serving it in the skillet is also easy
and makes the dish even more Southern.
Sticky buns and pumpkin bread combine in this amazing muffin recipe. A mixture of toasted pecans, butter, and brown sugar
creates the sweet topping. Serve these for breakfast, or skip the "sticky" part and make Pecan-Pumpkin Bread instead.
Pecans aren't just for dessert. Try them toasted in this Italian-inspired fettucine with fresh basil and Asiago cheese.
Pecans add crunch and a hint of nutty flavor to this delicious fall salad. Maple bacon, fresh fruit, and Gorgonzola cheese
up the ante in flavor, and a Cranberry Vinaigrette makes it even more delicious!
We added buttery toasted pecans and even dredged the chicken in a pecan mixture for extra flavor and texture in this Chicken
Marsala recipe. The results are amazing!
Never eat a bland turkey burger again! Mix toasted pecans, Gorgonzola cheese, and garlic salt with ground turkey to form the
patties. A cranberry-Dijon mustard sauce serves as the perfect condiment to the layers of grilled bread, Monterey Jack cheese,
arugula, and favorful turkey burgers.
Slather this sweet Pecan-Honey Butter on a slice of bread bread for a tasty little treat.
For an easy appetizer, fill pickled jalapeños with garlic-and-herb cheese. Top with toasted pecans, and you're ready to entertain!
Bananas, pecans, cinnamon, and honey blended together combine the flavors of summer and fall in this easy smoothie recipe.
You won't be able to stop munching on these toasted pecans seasoned with lime juice and chili powder.
Spruce up your ice cream with this surprisingly easy caramel topping.
Serve this warm vinaigrette over baby spinach for a great fall salad. Toasted pecans, apple cider vinegar, honey, and Dijon
mustard give it its wonderful flavor.
The combination of honey, butter, and toasted pecan makes this decadent French toast irresistible.
Toasted pecans kick up the flavor of ordinary pesto. Use this recipe for homemade pesto, or as a shortcut add toasted pecans
(coarsely chopped in a foor processor) to store-bought pesto.