Friday, October 30, 2009

Food Trip Friday #15 - Salted Peanut

I am joining Mommy Willa on this "Food Trip Friday" meme for a reason that I want to challenge myself to try something new food at least once a week in order for me to learn to cook.

All of a sudden, I miss eating salted peanut. It keeps bugging my mind that I feel like I will get sick if I can't eat salted peanut. I went to find it on grocery stores, but I can't find exactly the kind that I want to eat. So, I told my husband to take me where I can buy raw peanut and I will make my own salted peanut, and I was so happy that I found some raw peanut in Flea Market.
I then shelled it off, bring to boil the vegetable oil, put few garlic on it and poured the shelled peanut. I let it boiled for 1o minutes, tried a couple of times if it was crunchy enough. I removed the peanut from the boiling oil using the sifter and place them on table napkin until dried from oil. I put them in a bowl and sprinkled some salt on it.
I was very satisfied. I like it very much, considering it was my first time doing it. My husband loves it very much, too. We both enjoyed eating the salted peanut while I was watching TV and he was on his laptop working on something. He had problem with his laptop earlier and glad that his laptop have backup software . It saves him from a whole lot of trouble.


shydub said...

Wow love your entry Grace, snacking fave.

Dhemz said...

oh my...kalami sa mani....lutong man kaau!...ehhehe

thanks sa pag visit sis...hahaha...kuyaw ni nga mag trick or treat kay sosyalan man kaau...dark chocolates man ang request...hehehe!

na sowe kay wala me sa balay...kuyog me ni AKesha...lupad sya sa iyang broomstick...hehehe!

happy halloween sis....:)

Denise said...


Lulu said...

i miss this di ba sa ato kana bitaw tulod tulod namaligya ani kana kalain lain flavor...

happy halloween grace

eden said...

hmmm sarap naman sa pulutan..hehehe

happy halloween

CebuImage said...

Meron palang mani sa US no.

Dave DeWall said...

Hi Grace, we get some great garlic salted peanuts on our potoon boat ride to Iloilo city, and they are delcious.Ten pesos a bag. My wife is Filipina from Guimaras, and I'm an American,we just kind of traded places, huh? Enjoyed checking out your blog, really great. Salamat!