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Eating Raw Hazelnuts

Posted by sphinx_face PNW (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 30, 10 at 14:47

There are a lot of Hazelnuts growing around where I live, and I've eaten them raw several times but I want to try roasting them.. I've seen plenty of ways to roast them without the shells but I can't find anything about roasting them IN the shells. And what about smoking them? Is there a good way to do that or will they just catch fire? Maybe I could use the shells to smoke something else?? I dunno! Does anyone have experience with this?


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RE: Eating Raw Hazelnuts

I asked Dr. Google and he answered....

FataMorgana

Here is a link that might be useful: Google - Roasting Hazelnuts in the Shell


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RE: Eating Raw Hazelnuts

I've seen plenty of ways to roast them without the shells but I can't find anything about roasting them IN the shells.
I'd like to know too...seems 'Dr Google' only lists links about roasting them without the shell.

I wonder if someone from The Harvest or TheCooking Forum might know.

Sue


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