1. The ingredients are ready.
Put the peanuts in the refrigerator, freeze them overnight, and gently remove the skins.
After trying countless methods of peeling peanuts, I finally found the ultimate lazy method-freeze it!
(It's estimated to be frozen for an hour and a half, I frozen one night in advance)
The frozen peanuts fell off as soon as they pinched the skin, hahaha, I will never pick up the pain again! And it's so good to cook! No need to soak! It's so convenient!
3. Peeled peanuts are white and fat. Slightly press it with a rolling pin and don't need to break it too much.
Put the peeled peanuts in a rice cooker, put an appropriate amount of water and rock sugar, and use the cooking button to start cooking.
You can use the rice cooker, the porridge function, or use the pressure cooker faster.
Beat two whole eggs into a bowl and stir until the egg whites and egg yolks are fully fused.
It is better to use a whisk. The more delicate the better.
Set it aside when you are ready.
Add a bag of milk after the peanuts are cooked. Milk is the magic weapon to win in vain! Bring to a boil after adding, be sure to boil! boiled! boiled! The value of boiling is to make the peanut soup thick and white.
The peanut soup cooked in the rice cooker is not hot enough. In this step, pour the peanut soup into the wok and heat it up on high heat.
Next is the moment to witness the miracle!
Pour the boiled peanut soup into the egg mixture and stir gently. If you use a rice cooker to boil peanuts, you need to use an open flame to boil, otherwise the eggs will not be cooked. After the above steps, the thick and smooth peanut soup is born!
Open to drink~ A simple and convenient way to warm your heart and stomach, drink more!
Peel the peanuts by freezing them. This method is really amazing and very easy to use! Frozen peanuts are easy to boil. Of course, you can also bubble them with water at will.
The soup must be boiled and then poured into the egg liquid, otherwise it will not be cooked; it is not only unhygienic, but also has a fishy smell. Boiling is the key to the smoothness and tenderness of eggs. The eggs that are poured directly into the pot will age, and the taste will be greatly different!