Culinary kacangkulinerpeanutsrebus Boiled Peanuts aan April 19, 2013 31 Comments In Indonesia, we named them Kacang Rebus.. could never stop eating before it runs out… Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... 31 Replies to “Boiled Peanuts” Love them! I should think about asking my mom to make some soon 😉 They are mega addictive! Reply some said that eating peanuts resulted the acne.. why don’t we eat acne so we’ll have more peanuts? 😀 Reply LOL! I like your philosophy..I just wish it actually works that way 😉 Reply When I was a little girl, my family grew peanuts in our garden and I could not wait to get them home so my Mom could boil them. Reply just watched your Mom boil them or what? 🙂 Reply YUM with salt! Reply also a cup of coffee… Reply YES RIGHT NOW! Reply We also boil peanuts, and we add salt to the liquid. Reply wait, do you mean eating peanuts and drink the salty water? 😛 Reply No, haha, we add salt to the water, then boil the peanuts. The salt gives “taste ” to the peanuts. Oh, btw, it does take a whole lot of time to cook the peanuts, Reply how silly I am.. 😆 Reply I like kacang rebus Reply I like you… *PLAAKK!! 😆 Reply kagak di keplak kok Reply Nyam nyam. Saya suka banget kacang rebus. hi hi..akan lebih seru lagi kalau yang dipotret kacang yang isinya paling sedikit 3 biji.. Reply haha.. jadi ingat waktu kecil, katanya kalau dapat kacang isi tiga biji bakal dapat rejeki lebih… ternyata lebihnya ya 1 biji kacang itu.. 😀 Reply Kalau masih hangat jadi camilan favorit di tempat dingin ini, Mas 🙂 Reply betooll… cocok sambil ngobrol, ngrokok dan ngopi 🙂 Reply Ngobrol sambi ngopinya aku ikutan, tapi ngerokoknya gak ikutan 😀 Reply hahahaha… Reply Request : father and daughter , boleh? 😀 Reply kok ga nyambung ya? *bingung* Reply 😛 fotoin temanya itu. 😀 😀 😀 Reply Motret Keke dan ayahnya? Wani piro? 😛 Reply 😥 😥 😥 In my mother tongue it is called verusenaga :D! … And I know what you mean by can’t have enough!!! Reply Mauuk. Hahaha Reply this food cause agnes come to my face 🙂 Reply It took me YEARS before I was finally brave enough to try this just because I thought the idea of boiling peanuts was a bit… Weird… I’m glad I tried them when I was in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I especially love the soft juicy ones. I always get bags of this at the “pasar malam” here. Reply Like this photo! 🙂 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.