Have you got a recipe/method for this. Keen to have a go
I roasted at 1.2kg at 180 until they were medium dark and let them cool completely. Then I take about a third and ram them through the julienne disc on my Kenwood Chef, I've found that gives the most consistent chunks, but it does also make quite a lot of dust, so I seived that back in to a bowl and Chuck it in with the rest of the nuts to blitz with the blade until it all breaks down into a paste. It gets quite warm so I gave it rest to avoid cooking the oils with the heat, then blitzed a bit more whilst adding a bit of the walnut oil until it seemed loose enough.
Then mixed back in with the chunks. I'd usually add about 1tsp salt at the end of the blending part, but I just realised I forgot! So I'll have to stir it in now.
I've tried this, but not deep fried. Just with a bit of oil in the pan. Didn't blow me away but definitely not bad.
For the complex PB man.
Try it. Go on. The contrast of cold wet crunch is un-missable. A brilliant counterpoint to salty streaky and acts as a good cleanse to the claggy sliced white and roof of your mouth covering pb.
Also PB as a lazy satay is great.
Never. The only time celery might be considered less terrible is if it was offered as an alternative to poocumber and only if they were both compulsory for like your last meal on earth or something.
So 1.2 kg of nuts. How much walnut oil do you use?
The Duck & Waffle take on the a full Elvis, we do it without the milk sauce
I don't know where my nearest Aldi is now, I used to work in Tottenham and it was so easy.
Does this count?
(I don’t care if it doesn’t nomnom)
Read this, tried it, and it is delish.
Sourdough toast, Manilife, Sriracha and Fried Onions.
Don't panic, they do buckets of crunchy as well!
Lucky to spot this, this morning. It's absolutely nowhere near the regular size peanut butter.
Having previously not been a peanut butter household before lockdown, we've now had to upgrade to the big 1kg tub of meridian richer roast, because it was getting too expensive to cane it through that many of the jars in a week. The addiction is real.
The dedication is real.
The dedication is real.
Homemade Redcurrant Jam with Meridian Crunchy = appreciated.
Guardian Food Journo on here?
My local refill shop has a peanut butter machine, it's sooooo good.
I’m becoming quite the pb connoisseur.
Sunpat > Whole earth > pip n nut > manilife
Has anyone ever done a PB&J, PB&cheese, PB&marmite etc toasite? Is it legit?
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