Peanut Butter Ingredients
- Peanuts not salted (not fried) 250 grams
- Vegetable oil 2 tablespoons
- 1 pinch salt
- Honey (or granulated sugar) 2 teaspoons
- Main Ingredients
- Serving 10 Servings
- World Cuisine
Inventory:Cutlery, Microwave (baking tray or pan), Blender, Net can (300 grams)
Cooking Peanut Butter:
Step 1: Dry the peanuts.First you need to dry the peanuts. To do this, put it in a microwave container, put in it, set the maximum speed and roast peanuts, within 10 minutes. At the same time, mix it well 2 times so that it is roasted evenly on all sides. Make sure that the peanuts are not burnt, otherwise the taste of the oil will be bitter.
Step 2: Grind the peeled peanuts.After drying, the peanut husks will become very fragile. Wait until it cools down well, and then peel it from the husk. Peeled peanuts in a blender and chop in small crumbs. Externally prepared peanut crumbs should resemble wet sand.
Step 3: Add the butter and honey.After that, add 2 tablespoons of butter to the chopped peanuts, salt. Oil must be added for a bunch of paste. Now grind it all over again, about 2-3 minutes. Initially, lumps will begin to form in the mass, bring it to a homogeneous and rather smooth consistency. Now add honey to the peanut mass. If you are a fan of sugary sweet taste, then you can increase the amount of honey. Beat well again until oil is ready.
Step 4: Serve the peanut butter.Then transfer this beauty to a clean jar and put in the fridgeif you are not going to consume oil immediately. You can serve this yummy with toast, slices of fresh bread, or you can use it for baking. Good appetite!
- - Peanuts can be dried not only in the microwave, you can put it in a dry clean frying pan, put it in a medium heat, not forgetting to stir. The same can be done in the oven, putting peanuts on a baking sheet, and setting the temperature to 180-200 degrees.
- - In the refrigerator, such homemade peanut butter can be stored for up to 3 months.
- - If you want peanut butter to turn out to be slightly crispy, then you need to reduce the time of grinding peanuts in a blender, and add a third of all peanuts at the last moment, that is, at the last grinding with honey.