Nimbu Mari peanuts - Lemon and Black pepper Peanuts

A thought came to my mind when I tasted these peanuts 'How can something so easy and simple to prepare taste so delicious ' and husband agreed with me too.

It's utterly addictive and tasty, just couldn't stop !!!

Since last December we kept recording so many TV programmes and few Movies to watch for later date, you can have complete peace of mind when you have a HD+ recording box, and you get great advantage of watching recorded programmes in your free time, plus you can save time by forwarding ads and songs. Because of busy schedules and priorities we hardly watch much TV.

Last week so many programmes got built up in the HD+ box and it got full up, also it started to delete recorded programmes because cricket started recording too. So we decided to find time to watch those few movies, because of Cricket and Bollywood movies are long and when they record in HD plus, memories tend to run out so quickly.

So we booked ourself last weekend for couple of Bollywood movies, I prepared few snacks to munch like salty popcorn,  Lemon and Black pepper peanuts with bottles of soft drinks.

Let me tell you, if you are going to ask me why we liked these peanuts so much, my guess would be that all the gorgeousness stands on the balance of the ingredients and flavours. The flavours I chose works well with each other and not over powering too. I often love to use lemon and black pepper in my cooking , you may like to check this Nimbu Mari Sev ( Lemon and Black pepper spicy noodles )

If you are planning a get-together, thinking of hosting a party during the coming  T20 world cup cricket or simply want to relax and enjoy some munchy snacks, definitely these will tempt you.  Mexican Masala peanuts , Indian masala flavoured mix nuts .

Oh, BTW, movies weren't as excellent as my snacks, however, because we were enjoying these snacks, we carried on watching full movies too :)

You will need :-

  • 250 g raw peanuts
  • Salt to taste
  • 1 tsp. oil
  • 2 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
  • 1 tbsp. frehly ground black pepper
  • Pinch red chilli powder ( optional )
  • Pinch sugar
Method :-
Pre heat the oven to gas mark 1/2 or 1.
In a heavy bottom pan dry roast peanuts for 7-8 minutes.
Rub and peel the skin of half the peanuts.
Whisk together oil, lemon juice, salt , chilli powder and black pepper powder.
Add peanuts, toss to coat.
Place on a baking sheet and spread in an even layer.
Bake for 35-40 minutes, keep stirring in between until dry.
Let it cool completely.
Enjoy with your preferable chilled drink.

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