After removing the shell of a peanut, there will be a layer of the red seed coat, which is actually edible. However, there are some special peanut products that need to be made after removing the skins. Therefore, some simple techniques of removing the skins of peanut are needed to help us achieve this step better. So do you know how to easily remove peanut skins?
Remove peanut skins by hand
There are 3 easily ways to remove the peanut skins by hand:
- Put the peanut into the microwave or oven, just bake the peanut shell to a crisp level. Then take out the peanut, rub with cotton gloves, and then blow off the rubbed peanut skins, this method must pay special attention to the microwave or oven temperature control.
- If you have certain conditions, you can screen some coarse sand, mix the peanuts into the coarse sand, put on gloves, and rub the mixture of peanuts and sand. Under the force of force, the peanut skin will easily separate from the peanut kernel, finally, filter the sand with a sieve, then rinse the peanut skin away.
- First soak peanuts in water, after a period of time, out, air until the water on the surface of peanuts is completely dry. With a piece of cloth with high friction around peanuts, after repeated rubbing, the peanut skin will be separated from the peanut kernel. And finally, put peanuts into the water to rinse.
Remove peanut skins by machine
The above manual removal of peanut skins is suitable for the treatment of small amounts of peanuts, so if you are a large processing manufacturer, you will need a professional peanut peeling machine instead of just manual peeling.
Dry peeling mainly refers to the need to bake peanuts before peeling. The baked peanut skin will become more brittle, more easily fall off from the peanut kernel.
After that, you just need to pour the roasted peanuts into the hopper of the peeling machine. The outer skins of the peanuts removed by friction will be blown out of the body by the fun. While the peanut kernels will all discharged from the outlet for easy collection.
Different from dry peeling, wet peeling requires peanuts to be soaked first. After soaking for a certain time, peanuts will become wrinkled. At this time, the outer skin has been basically separate from peanut kernels. And after the friction of the rotating rubber roller, it will be completely separated from peanut kernels.