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Melt Butter in a large skillet on medium heat. Add sugar and nuts. Add a splash of water to help dissolve the sugar. When the sugar has melted and started to coat nuts, add spice mix and stir well.
Continue cooking over medium heat, stirring regularly, until sugar coating darkens. Note it should take a few minutes to dissolve the sugar, try not to caramelize it yet. When the spice mix is added the sugar will yellow some. Upon further cooking the sugar will begin to darken. The darkening is desired, but do not burn the sugar, so keep a eye on the heat level and stir quite often. When the coating is darkened, spread the nut mix on tin foil or a wire screen to cool.
All the below ingredients should be fine powders. Works best if you grind them all togeather. To expand the amount just multiply. You can adjust the heat level by using a hotter chili, or a combination of a milder and a hotter chili, but don't increase the ratio of chili to the other ingredients. It is best to fine grind the whole items before adding the powdered ones.
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