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Re: Boiled Peanuts

Postby TallyFish » August 21st, 2013, 1:52 pm

FishinFool: Indeed, the rain may have caused an upsurge in the boiled peanut thread however, it has been my experience that interesting people do interesting things. They also continue to try new ways to do old things and are always experimenting keeping life interesting for themselves and others. You and the other thread participants just happen to be interesting people!

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Re: Boiled Peanuts

Postby JIm Smith » August 21st, 2013, 4:26 pm

good price on peanuts around here they are going for 37.00. Try some Everglades season along with the salt that you put in the peanuts.
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Re: Boiled Peanuts

Postby SS-342 » August 21st, 2013, 4:38 pm

TallyFish wrote:FishinFool: Indeed, the rain may have caused an upsurge in the boiled peanut thread however, it has been my experience that interesting people do interesting things. They also continue to try new ways to do old things and are always experimenting keeping life interesting for themselves and others. You and the other thread participants just happen to be interesting people!

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That was a nice thing to say about us boiled peanut lovers, thanks!

Just thought of something else to say about the boiling business. We found out as a child that boiling peanuts in a cast iron wash pot caused them to turn dark or black. We didn't like them so dark so used other type pots. We had peanut boiling parties and all the children in the community would come. We played lots of exciting country games like "Half Right and Half Wrong" , ate boiled peanuts arounds the fire and told ghost stories. Boiled peanut parties were an interesting part of my life growing up.

Wonder if country kids still have boiled peanuts parties?
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Re: Boiled Peanuts

Postby MarkM » August 21st, 2013, 7:17 pm

I'm with you Welby. Turn them off, add salt and let them soak.
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Re: Boiled Peanuts

Postby Bubba_1122 » December 15th, 2019, 10:34 pm

Easiest way I've found to do boiled peanuts: Use an InstantPot.

Cook 3 pounds of jumbo peanuts for 45 minutes (will take 20-25 minutes to pressurize, 45 minutes to cook and then I leave them in the pot for exactly an hour to release the pressure and soak in the salty water).

My recipe calls for the 3 pounds of jumbo peanuts along with 3/4 cup of salt (I actually add a couple of tablespoons of Louisiana Cajun spice and then fill measuring cup to 3/4 with sea salt). I'll put my salt in a pitcher of water so it'll dissolve some. Fill to the line in the Instant Pot with water, stir it real good, put the top on and crank it up. Let it run through it's cycle, cool down and releast the pressure (again, I usually leave it an hour after it's finished cooking).

It's really easy and very tasty (no more spending all day trying to hit it just right on the fish cooker or stove).
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