How do you reheat boiled peanuts?

by Peanut Lover
(St. Petersburg, Florida)

Living in Florida I snatch up green peanuts when I can. Most often I have to resort in crockpot cooking dried ones. Due to the long cooking time I tend to make too many. My eyes are bigger than my stomach! What is the best method of reheating them?

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Jul 16, 2013
Reheating boiled peanuts
by: Bret

I have the same problem. I boil several pounds of peanuts at one time. I think it is efficient to do that, even when I'm the only one eating them.

I like to freeze the boiled peanuts that I can't eat right away. Frozen boiled peanuts can stay good for several months. Refrigerated boiled peanuts are good for about 7 to 10 days.

Reheating frozen or refrigerated boiled peanuts is easy. You reheat them in a pot on the stove, or use the microwave oven.

Make a solution of salt and water, or any other seasonings you want to add, and heat the previously boiled peanuts in that solution for about 8 to 10 minutes in a rolling boil.

Let the boiled peanuts soak in the solution as it cools, and they will absorb more flavor from the spiced brine.

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