TO BLANCH ALMONDS(Confections) - (Recipes Tried And True)
Put them into cold water, and allow it to come to a boiling point;
then remove the skins, and throw them into cold water a few moments to
preserve the color.
For salted almonds, prepare as above; put into a dripping pan with
some lumps of butter; set into a moderate oven until nicely browned.
Sprinkle over them some salt, and toss until thoroughly mixed.
Peanuts may be prepared in same manner.
To Blanch AlmondsShell the nuts and pour boiling water over them; let them stand a
minute, then throw them into cold water; rub between the hands and
the dark skin will come off.
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