Peanuts are a part of cuisines across the world
and are often prepared in exciting ways. We recently found several interesting peanut snack preparations from Australia, China, Japan and Thailand and featured them at the National Peanut Board’s Millennial Dining Summit. Here’s a little bit more about them:
Bhuja seasoned peanuts are an exotic blend of premium Australian grown and roasted peanuts tossed in a mouthwatering mix of aromatic spices. No trans fats, cholesterol free and made with sunflower oil.
Mae-Ruay Snack Food Factory Co. is Thailand’s leading manufacturer of peanut snacks. In 1976, the company launched its most popular snack “Koh-Kae”, a coconut cream-based crispy peanut. The Peanut Coconut Cream Flavor Coated Snacks have been Thailand's favorite peanut snack for over 30 years.
Fresh small dried fish with peanuts from Japan.
Huang Fei Hong is a Chinese company that's taken a classic Sichuanese tableside condiment and reinterpreted it as a snack food. A little bit salty and faintly sweet, with waves of flavor from dried chilies and the citrusy tingle of Sichuan peppercorns, these crunchy roasted peanuts are pure dynamite.