"This is the real deal that is found in the heart of Florida. I made this recipe to resemble the taste of my favorite boiled peanuts found in the Ocala National Forest. My family agreed this recipe was one of the best!" — rachaelp
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raw peanuts, in shells
1 (3 ounce) package
dry crab boil (such as Zatarain's® Crab and Shrimp Boil)
chopped jalapeno peppers
red pepper flakes
This is just like Florida Peanuts :) Heres a trick - to not have to waith the 24 hours, put the whole mix in a pressure cooker, cook for 45 minutes on medium high pressure. Then, transfer to crock pot for 2 hours - you have your peanuts in 3 hours! Thanks so much for this - my fam loves them
Great flavor except it is WAYYYYYY too salty. I would cut back the salt to a few tablespoons.
Hi, this is Rachael. I read some of the recent reviews and I feel that's it's unfair to poorly rate this recipe if you don't like the consistentcy of boiled peanuts! This isn't to make crunchy, roasted peanuts, its for soft, boiled peanuts! For the rest of you, I am so THRILLED that ya'll have enjoyed this recipe!
I am so happy I found this recipe!!! I recently moved to NY from FL, and needless to say there's more different than alike up here. I miss my spicy boiled peanuts from the roadside stand, and these are DYNO-MITE! The longer you let them sit on low in the crock pot, the better! I followed everything to a T, and I used the recipe on here for cajun seasoning (and had a little left over for the next batch!): 1 tablespoon salt 1-1/4 teaspoons dried oregano 1-1/4 teaspoons paprika 1-1/4 teaspoons cayenne pepper 1-1/4 teaspoons ground black pepper
EDIT: I made these for superbowl, and used sliced brined jalapenos and a bottle of beer and they were excellent!!!!!!!!
Here's another recipe that I wish I could give 6 stars to! I live in Pensacola, FL and have eaten my fair share of roadside stand boiled peanuts. I love them and these are some of the best I've ever had. I didn't change a thing about the spice blend. I love the fact that this recipe doesn't call for alot of salt compared to some other recipes. You don't need it. The spice blend gives the peanuts tons of flavor. If you are afraid of the heat, don't be. These have a little kick, but they won't send you running for the milk jug. It took about 26 hrs for mine to cook the way I like them.
well...these turned out really good for me...i can see why they can be addicting...but am not sure how they are supposed to taste but they taste great to me...so simple...i had them in the crock pot for about 20 hours and then let them sit in the brine til cooled and put the peanuts and brine in a plastic ice cream pail with a lid to store as bud w from this site suggested...forsure will make them again...oh an i used old bay instead of the crab boil coz i didn't have any...thanks for the recipe rachael...
I had only tried boiled peanuts one time and decided to give these a shot. They turned out really good and were simple to throw together. The wait was hard but good things come to those that wait right? These ended up with just the right amount of spice and salt. Thanks for the great recipe!
I LIVED IN UMATILLA,FL. 24 YR.S NEXT TO OCALA,AN EAT A TON OF THESES CAJUN PEANUTS, NOW,I LIVE IN TN. WAS SURE MISSING THEM NUTS, NOT ANY MORE !!!!! THIS RECIPE IS THE BEST, THANK U !!! VIOLET
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Rachael's Superheated Cajun Boiled Peanuts
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 267
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