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    Don't know the name or origin of this meal but my granny made it and then my momma made it and now I do, Probably not a very healthy meal but I consider it comfort food and what comfort food is healthy really? I use green cabbage but I don't see why you couldn't use the purple kind if it is your preference. Sometimes my granny would add some cubed potatoes but I usually forget and don't really care for the addition. Actually I guess there are a lot of things you could add to this to make it your own. Happy cooking!

    Recipe #333315

    A southern treat my husband was craving from his childhood in Florida. I'm posting the recipe so I have it handy in my cook book. :) Never tried them myself so I'm anxious to what his fuss is about... Boiled Peanuts Recipe Judging from the many variations on recipes for boiled peanuts, there appears to be no wrong way to boil green peanuts. The important thing is the many tastings needed to determine when they are done. You must taste test the boiled peanuts for saltiness and firmness, as some people prefer soft nuts to firmer ones.You can also add spices to add different flavors, I see canjun flavor is popular as well as adding hot sauce or cayenne pepper to the boiling mix to add kick I don't know how much though I assume it's preferential. *NOTE* I'm using a bag of roasted peanuts still in the shell as I am in California and this is all I could find in the store. Also it seems Valencia peanuts are recommended because they have better flavor but my package doesn't say what type they are...My research says Valencia are the most common though.

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