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Raw or semi mature peanuts are usually used for making boiled peanuts. They can be shelled or unshelled. Soaking the peanuts before boiling is not necessary and is a personal choice.
These can be eaten as is after boiling or can be prepared as peanut chaat, an Indian snack,
Boiled peanuts have 4 times the antioxidant levels found in raw or roasted peanuts. Boiling also denatures proteins which trigger allergic reactions in those with peanut allergies.
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- 1 cup raw shelled peanuts
- 1 cup water
- 1 tsp/to taste salt
- Wash the peanuts and put them in a pressure cooker.
- Add the water and salt.
- Close the pressure cooker and give 2 whistles on medium-heat then put off the heat.
- Open the pressure cooker and strain out the peanuts. Let them sit for about 2 minutes to allow the remaining water to drain out.
- Crunchy boiled peanuts are ready.
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