Friday, 28 July 2017

How to Make Peanut Butter Recipe from Indonesia

How to Make Peanut Butter Recipe from Indonesia


Peanut butter is a food that you can make easily and cheaply in your own kitchen. Making your own peanut butter can also be a healthier choice compared to the commercial peanut butter that is sold in stores, because home-based peanut butter is free of preservatives. If you can find a good and cheap peanut seller, making peanut butter can also help you downsize while serving delicious home-made peanut butter.
Preparation time: 5-10 minutes
Cooking time (optional): 10 minutes
Total time: 5-20 minutes
material
2 cups (500 ml) peanut
1 1/2 teaspoons (7 ml) peanut oil or vegetable oil (pilhan)
1/2 teaspoon (2 ml) sugar (optional)
1 1/2 teaspoons (7 ml) of molasses, honey, or brown sugar (optional)
Pinch of salt (optional)
For about 1 1/2 cups (350 ml) of peanut butter

Prepare peanuts. Before using peanuts to make peanut butter, you should rinse it with cold water to get rid of the dirt. Next you can tap peanuts to dry. If peanuts have not been peeled, you should peel the shell by hand, which will be easier to do when it's dry; Peanuts also do not have to be peeled perfectly.If you use peanuts directly from their shells, use Valencia or Virginia peanuts to get the best jam. If you are going to roast peanuts first, use Spanish peanuts that have a higher oil content.\
Roasted peanut (optional). Some people prefer to roast peanuts first before smoothing them, so they taste more crispy and crisp. But this is just a step of choice and it can also slow down the time you make it, so decide whether you're going to roast a peanut or not; You can also buy roasted peanuts beforehand. But if you want to roast peanuts first, here's what you should do: 
Put the peanuts into the bowl and pour some peanut oil or vegetable oil onto it.
Preheat your oven to 176 ° C.

Place peanuts in one layer evenly over a baking pan. Make sure peanuts do not overlap each other so they can mature evenly.
Roast peanuts for about 10 minutes, until coated with thin oil and golden brown.
If you like, shake the baking pan every 2 minutes to prevent burnt peanuts.

Puree peanuts in the food processor until smooth. Blend with some vibration. To get the best results, mash the peanuts while warm.

Puree peanuts for 1 minute. Peanuts will be softer and resemble the peanut butter that you desire....

Scrape peanuts attached around the food processor bowl and push it down when smoothing peanuts, if necessary. Continue to ground the peanut for 1 minute, scrape off the food processor, and repeat again until it reaches the desired viscosity. Smooth peanuts for 3 minutes should be enough.
Remember that this peanut butter will not look as gentle as the jam you buy at the store. Since the jam you make is more natural, do not expect it to look as soft as peanut butter in the pack - even though it tastes so much better!

Put the peanut butter into the bowl after you finish the puree. Use a large spoon to remove it from the food processor.

Add sugar and salt to give it flavor if necessary. Taste your peanut butter and taste whether you need a little extra sugar and salt. If peanut butter has tasted as you expected, no need to add more sugar and salt!

Add a little brown sugar, molasses, or honey, if you prefer a sweeter jam. You can also replace molasses or honey with sugar, if you like. Some people would rather add this flavor to the food processor and smoothing it together with peanuts; It depends on whether the tool you use can be used to mix honey or other materials.
If you add these ingredients by hand, be sure to stir them evenly.

Put the peanut butter into an airtight container. Store in the refrigerator for a day or two to form a beautiful peanut butter paste. Of course, the home-cooked peanut butter time will be shorter than the commercial peanut butter, but, most likely, your peanut butter will be consumed long before it gets close to shelf-out time.
You can keep home peanut butter in the refrigerator for several weeks.

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