Chile-Lime Peanuts

A traditional Oaxacan bar snack, these lime- and chile-flavored peanuts are typically deep-fried in pork fat. The folks at Chow lightened them up by roasting them in the oven for a quick and easy snack without sacrificing any flavor. Try them out at your next cocktail party, and don’t be put off by the amount of garlic—roasting sweetens and mellows it.

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  • Heat the oven to 400°F and arrange the rack in the middle. Toss together peanuts, garlic, peanut oil, and chiles until evenly coated.
  • Spread ingredients out on a baking sheet in a single layer and roast, shaking and stirring halfway through the cooking time, until nuts are toasted and beginning to crack open, about 25 minutes.
  • Remove from the oven and transfer to a large, heatproof bowl. Toss with lime zest, salt, and sugar, and serve.
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"A traditional Oaxacan bar snack, these lime- and chile-flavored peanuts are typically deep-fried in pork fat. The folks at Chow lightened them up by roasting them in the oven for a quick and easy snack without sacrificing any flavor. Try them out at your next cocktail party, and don’t be put off by the amount of garlic—roasting sweetens and mellows it."

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  1. Sandi From CA
    A traditional Oaxacan bar snack, these lime- and chile-flavored peanuts are typically deep-fried in pork fat. The folks at Chow lightened them up by roasting them in the oven for a quick and easy snack without sacrificing any flavor. Try them out at your next cocktail party, and don’t be put off by the amount of garlic—roasting sweetens and mellows it.
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