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Steps on how to make fried Peanut including its Health Benefits

Updated on May 19, 2013
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I have already cooked the boiled peanut at home though haven’t posted it here. It was fun to open the shell and eat the peanuts. It came up to my mind that I never tried to deep fry them at home as we always buy deep-fried in the store way back in the Philippines. A deep fried peanut was considered unusual snacks for me just like popcorn it’s great when you watched movies or chatting with friends. Men’s love it when it has beer. I personally loved this every time I crave for something salty and crunchy or take a break on what I do. It’s best to eat when it’s hot. This can be stored also for two weeks in the jar so you can eat this whenever you like plus very easy to make. Here’s how.

Ingredients

6 Cups Raw Peanuts with skins

1/2 Cup of Oil

1 Teaspoon fine salt

5 pcs Raw Garlic

Cayenne pepper for spicy hot flavor (optional)

Procedure

Preheat the oil in the pan for at least 5 minutes.

Add Garlic, when it’s a bit brown.

Add the Raw Peanut and cook it for 5-10-minute mix occasionally until golden brown.

Remove nuts with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towels.

Sprinkle salt, cayenne pepper or any spicy you like while nuts are still hot.

And now ready to serve!

Health benefits of Peanut

•Helps promote fertility, which contains a good amount of folate that reduced the risk of serious defects during pregnancy.

•It aids blood sugar regulation

•Lower the risk of developing gallstones

•Helps fight depression; Peanuts are the best source of Tryptophan, an amino acid which is important for the production of serotonin one of the Key brain chemicals involved in mood regulation.

•Boost Memory Power; Peanuts contain Vitamin B3 or niacin that had some benefits like normal brain functioning and boosting memory power.

•Helps Lower Cholesterol Level, because of copper content it aids in reducing bad cholesterol and increase good cholesterol levels.

•Lowers Risk of Heart Disease; Peanuts are rich in heart- friendly monounsaturated fats and antioxidants such as oleic acid.

•Protects Against Age-related Cognitive Decline; because it’s rich in niacin study shown that 70 % of a person is less likely to have developed Alzheimer’s disease.

•Protects against cancer by inhibiting tumor growth in the form of phytosterols that can be found in some plant oils, seeds and legumes, including peanuts.

•Lowers risk of Weight Gain; Eating nuts regularly is associated with a lowered risk of weight gain. Research has shown that people who eat nuts at least twice a week are much less likely to gain weight than those who almost never eat them.


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