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KennethT

KennethT


remove anything related to off topic remarks

On 6/30/2021 at 5:27 PM, liuzhou said:

here is an unusual pickled item that doesn't really need any explanation oither than its name.

 

3. Peanuts pickled in apple vinegar with yellow chilis.

 

284771613_applevinegarpickledpeanutswithpickledchilli.thumb.jpg.21583ff23bd615e91d8bde7a2979f667.jpg
 

I recently found these in a supermarket. I didn't make note of the Chinese name and don't want to guess. If I see them again, I'll take down their details and edit this.

Anyway, they were surprisingly good, but so is anything with chilis, in my book.

 

that's fascinating.  Are the peanuts pickled raw or are they boiled or roasted first?

KennethT

KennethT


remove anything related to off topic remarks

On 6/30/2021 at 5:27 PM, liuzhou said:

here is an unusual pickled item that doesn't really need any explanation oither than its name. If I have overlooked any quesion, please fire away, but please stay on topic!

 

3. Peanuts pickled in apple vinegar with yellow chilis.

 

284771613_applevinegarpickledpeanutswithpickledchilli.thumb.jpg.21583ff23bd615e91d8bde7a2979f667.jpg
 

I recently found these in a supermarket. I didn't make note of the Chinese name and don't want to guess. If I see them again, I'll take down their details and edit this.

Anyway, they were surprisingly good, but so is anything with chilis, in my book.

 

that's fascinating.  Are the peanuts pickled raw or are they boiled or roasted first?

KennethT

KennethT

1 hour ago, liuzhou said:

Getting back to the topic after that unwelcome diversion, here is an unusual pickled item that doesn't really need any explanation oither than its name. If I have overlooked any quesion, please fire away, but please stay on topic!

 

3. Peanuts pickled in apple vinegar with yellow chilis.

 

284771613_applevinegarpickledpeanutswithpickledchilli.thumb.jpg.21583ff23bd615e91d8bde7a2979f667.jpg
 

I recently found these in a supermarket. I didn't make note of the Chinese name and don't want to guess. If I see them again, I'll take down their details and edit this.

Anyway, they were surprisingly good, but so is anything with chilis, in my book.

 

that's fascinating.  Are the peanuts pickled raw or are they boiled or roasted first?

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