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Wakefield Virginia Medium Peanuts Premium Grade, 10 lbs

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SKU:
RSP10(L2)
UPC:
785475123675
Weight:
10.70 LBS
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Conventional Oven Roasting (Parching) Wakefield Peanuts

Conventional Oven Roasting (Parching)

Instructions: Place raw peanuts, in shell OR shelled, one layer deep in a shallow baking pan. Roast in 350 degrees F. - 15 to 20 minutes for shelled and 20 to 25 minutes for in-shell peanuts (remove from heat just short of doneness desired as peanuts continue to cook as they cool).

 

Microwave Oven Roasting Wakefield Peanuts

Microwave Oven Roasting

(700-watt oven)* Ingredients: 1 cup raw shelled peanuts, 1/2 teaspoon salt, cold water | Instructions: Pour peanuts into colander or wire basket and wet thoroughly. Sprinkle with salt. Pour into small microwave-safe casserole or pie plate. For a light roast, microwave on HIGH for 2-1/2 minutes; stir, microwave 2-1/2 minutes longer. For a darker roast, stir and microwave 1 minute longer, in 30-second increments. Peanuts will be crisp when cool. *Note: Cooking time varies, depending on the oven wattage; adjust cooking time and/or wattage output as necessary for the oven in use; remember, peanuts continue to cook as they cool.

Oil Roasting Wakefield Peanuts

Oil Roasting (French Frying)

Ingredients: 2 cups raw shelled red skin OR blanched peanuts, 1-1/2 cups peanut oil or enough to cover peanuts | Instructions: In an electric skillet, deep fryer or heavy saucepan heat oil to 350 degrees F. Add peanuts and cook, stirring occasionally, for about 5 minutes or until just under doneness desired (they continue to cook as they cool). Drain on paper.

Boiling Wakefield Peanuts

Boiling

Ingredients: 2 to 3 pounds raw peanuts in the shell, 1 1/2 cups salt | Instructions: Put raw in-shell peanuts and salt in large pot. Cover completely with water. Bring to boil and simmer for at least 1 hour and up to 3 hours. To check if done, pull 1 or 2 peanuts out of the pot and crack them open. If they are soft, they are done. If they are still slightly crunchy, they are not done. If they are not salty enough, leave them in the salted water and turn off heat. When done, drain and serve immediately.

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