How to roast Peanuts

In order to roast peanuts, you will need a frying pan and a tablespoon of vegetable oil.

In the frying pan, heat the oil until it is hot enough to cook the peanuts. Once the oil is heated, add as many peanuts as desired and stir them in the hot oil.

Cook them for approximately five minutes or until they are roasted to your liking. Remove the nuts from the pan with a slotted spoon and place them on a paper towel to cool off.

To roast peanuts using an oven, preheat the oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit.

Spread the raw peanuts on a baking tray and place them in the oven for about twenty minutes or until they are roasted to your liking.

Stir once or twice during that time period if possible so that the unroasted nuts remain towards the center of your tray while the roasted nuts are on the outer edges.

Remove the tray from the oven and set it aside to cool off before eating or using them for any other purpose.

For “jumping peanuts”, place your raw peanuts in a frying pan, cover them with water, and bring the contents of the pan to a full boil.

Once they are boiling, remove your pan from the heat. Cover it tightly, leave it alone for at least ten minutes, then strain off the water and eat the peanuts while they are still warm.

To roast peanuts by boiling them in water, boil enough water to cover all of the raw peanuts you have selected.

Once the water is boiling, add your raw nuts and cook them for about twenty minutes.

Remove the pan from the heat, cover it tightly, leave it alone for at least ten minutes, then strain off the water and eat your peanuts while they are still warm.

To roast peanuts using only hot sunlight, gather up enough raw peanuts to fill a small bowl to overflowing.

Add just enough water to the bowl to cover the peanuts. Stir your nuts around in the water, then allow them to soak for forty-eight hours.

After that time has passed, drain off the water and set your peanuts out into direct sunlight.

If you can do this outside during mid-day when it’s sunny, so much the better. Every few hours, stir the peanuts and make sure they are getting enough sunlight.

Keep them out in direct sunlight for one full day, then drain off any water and eat your peanuts while they are still warm.

So this is how to roast Peanuts.


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