Getting Nutty: 7 Peanut Recipes
Recipe SWAT Team this week features crunchy peanut recipes
Today on The Daily Meal
Though considered to be the requisite airplane or ballpark snack, peanuts are capable of being so much more in everyday cooking. Peanuts are frequently used in Asian cuisines, and are anything but the common nut that they're often thought of as.
Since March is National Peanut Month (and probably a host of other [Enter Food Here] months), the editorial team has created seven nutty recipes to make at home. Whether it's Boiled Peanuts from our Charleston-born video producer or cold sesame noodles from our copy editor, there are plenty of options to choose from, ranging from the slightly more difficult to the quick and easy.
Plus, peanuts are rich in protein, making them great for vegetarians — but keep in mind that peanuts are also high in fat. Enjoy and please feel free to share your favorite ways to eat peanuts with us!
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