Roasted Peanuts

After my long three hours exam, I’m finally home before kiddos go for a nap, so they can actually see me for a bit. Oh right I’m studying and its nearly at the end of the tunnel…if I pass all the exams. Anyway, that’s not important. So today I’m sharing one quick snack recipe to fill my stomach quickly that I can do it after little ones have gone sleeping and no need to wait till dinner:

 Roasted peanuts

Sounds easy and it for sure is easy 🙂 All you need is a pan (preferably a deep stir-frying pan) and the number of peanuts that you want and/or can finish in 1 or 2 days.

Please Note: You could also use the microwave for this recipe. However, the peanuts will not get really “roasted” and cool down too quickly. This will make them soft too 🙁

SERVING SIZE: 200 grams of Roasted Peanuts
Yields1 ServingPrep Time2 minsCook Time5 minsTotal Time7 minsCategory,


 1 cup Raw Peanuts (with skin on)
 1 pinch Salt (optional)



Put the frying pan/ wok on medium-high fire


No need to heat the pan up directly put the peanuts in there. I used red skin peanuts but my folks love using the pink ones since the skins are easier to peel off


Heat the peanuts up for a minute, and start using a wooden spoon to stir them, give a bit movement, so make sure all nuts get taken care of by the heat


Do step 3 for 2 to 3 minutes. Once you see all the peanuts got a bit of a black charcoal colour on both sides, plus that the skins start to fall off, its time to remove the peanuts from the fire.


(optional if you love eating the skins) wait till its cool, using hands to gently rubbing them till skins fell off, then lightly blow the skin away from the plate. I normally do this in the garden or anywhere you don’t have to worry about cleaning.


Now done, you can start enjoying this quick snack, trust me, for peanut lovers, this is a treat! At least this snack satisfies the big ones and little ones in my house. Well, not good for our puppy though.

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