Remove Peanuts Skin easily is a question that have crossed you many times while eating them. This tip will help remove peanuts skin easily in a minute.


Remove Peanuts Skin easily is a question that have crossed you many times while eating them. Isn’t it?

The tip here talks about removing the skin of pea nut (the brown colored thin layer). It is mostly an undesired covering and is responsible for cough if you get any, after eating it.

It is okay to have the skin when we are eating raw pea-nut, but plays a spoilsport if you are planning to use it in a food preparation or any recipe.
We have to take out the skin of Peanut at that time and the removal process takes time as the skin is usually a bit sticky.

So here is a tried and tested hack to remove peanuts skin fast and easily.

We have taken 1 Tbsp of Peanuts.

Now we will show you how to take out their skin with ease.

We have taken 1 Tbsp of Peanuts
We have taken 1 Tbsp of Peanuts

Add Peanuts in a hot non-stick pan and roast them on low flame for 5 minutes.

We have to stir them constantly to save them from sticking to the pan or become bitter or getting burned.

Add Peanuts in a hot non-stick pan and roast them on low flame for 5 minutes
Add Peanuts in a hot non-stick pan and roast them on low flame for 5 minutes

After 5 minutes, switch off the stove and keep them aside to cool down at room temperature.

After 5 minutes, switch off the stove and keep them aside to cool down
After 5 minutes, switch off the stove and keep them aside to cool down

Once they cool down, pick them up in your palm and rub lightly with both hands.

You will see that the skin would separate pretty easily and would not feel sticky now.

I have shown it for 1 pea-nut piece. You can rub them all together to expedite the process further.

Remove Peanuts Skin
Remove Peanuts Skin

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