nuts are not crunchy
Basically its all about the tomato. Red pesto has tomato and uses much less basil leaves in its recipe. Also usually has almonds instead of pine nuts, to make it more crunchy. Perfect for sandwiches.
put the box in the microwave for three minutes then let it dry completely. It will be crunchy and chuncky like it use to be in the 1970's
People DO NOT eat chicks.
All nuts, especially almonds.
Both are the same
The same thing that makes nuts crunchy.
Yes, because of the nuts on the outside
It can be nuts and thick grains. These are good to be eaten in mornings. Rebeca England
You can use chopped pecans, chopped almonds, or other kinds of nuts to make cookies crunchy. Toasting the nuts before mixing them in will improve the "crunch" of the cookie. Sometimes rice crispies will work. Additionally, the inclusion of some types of harder candy in the dough will make the cookie crunchy. A broken Heath bar is just one example of that idea. Another way to make the cookie crunchy is to bake it a bit longer. Care should be exercised here, but a good finished product can be had with a bit of caution. Biscotti is a single example of this technique.
no way. nutella doesnt even contain nuts, like you know how NUTella is so chocolately goodness and lovely silky smooth seductiveness that you just wanna roll around in that smoothness? of course it cant contain nuts if its so smooth i mean like nuts are crunchy man.
Sugar cookies are crunchy because of the crunchy texture of the flour.
Some things are as crunchy as a handful of dry rice, crunchy enough to break your teeth open. Other things are as crunchy as a bowl of granola cereal.
Because they have shells with crunchy stuff in
No cinnamon is not crunchy it is kind of powder.
The word crunchy is an adjective that describes a noun as crisp, brittle:Crunchy foods make a loud noise when you bite them.The noun form for the adjective crunchy is crunchiness.