Cajun Boiled Peanuts-Gooseberry Patch

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Cajun Boiled Peanut Recipe-Gooseberry Patch

This is my last post about recipes from Gooseberry’s Game-Day cookbook.  I will be giving away a copy of Gooseberry Patch’s Game-Day Fan Fare Cookbook  on my World’s Best Cookie post this Friday, June 21, 2013.  Here is a link to that post to leave me a message to enter for the cookbook giveaway.   I have enjoyed this cookbook so much I could have blogged abount many more recipes in it.  Like all of Gooseberry’s cookbooks, the recipes are simple and delicious.   A lot of the recipes even have ingredients that you would already have on hand.  Gooseberry cookbooks would make great wedding gifts.  I know you will enjoy this Game-Day cookbook too!

Many of you already know that I grew up in L.A., lower Alabama.  I specifically grew up in Mobile, AL.  I have so many memories of seeing Boiled Peanut stands on the side of the roads.  I love boiled peanuts and you can get them everywhere in the south.  Most convenience stores sell boiled peanuts.  Earlier this month on our way down to Disney World, I noticed boiled peanut signs everywhere in Florida and south Georgia.  It must be a southern thing.  To me, peanuts are so much better boiled than roasted.  When you boil them, they soak up all the seasonings that you put into the water.   If you have never tried boiled peanuts, here is a simple and great recipe I found in Gooseberry’s Game-Day cookbook.   This Cajun Boiled Peanut recipe has a lot of seasonings and flavor but truly they were NOT SPICY at all.  All of my children were able to enjoy them.  You could cook them ahead of time and have them out for everyone to enjoy during a football game.  They would also be great at a tailgate party.  Once you try a boiled peanut, you will find that you cannot stop eating them.

Boiled Peanut Stand in the South.  We passed by many stands on our trip,

A Boiled Peanut Stand in the South. We passed by many stands on our trip to Florida.

Cajun Boiled Peanut Recipe from Gooseberry Patch

Boiled Peanuts in a convenience store.

Boiled Peanut signs in a covient store.

Boiled Peanut signs in a convenience store.

Add the hot sauce to the water in the crock-pot.

Add the hot sauce to the water in the crock-pot.

Add one cup salt to the Cajun Boiled Peanut recipe

Add one cup salt to the Cajun Boiled Peanut recipe.

Add the crab boil seasoning to the water.

Add the crab boil seasoning to the water.

2 pounds of RAW peanuts for the Cajun Boiled Peanut recipe.

2 pounds of RAW peanuts for the Cajun Boiled Peanut recipe.

Add 2 pounds of RAW peanuts to the crock-pot

Add 2 pounds of RAW peanuts to the crock-pot.  Cook on high for 18 hours or until the peanuts are soft.

Cajun Boiled Peanuts

  • 2 pounds raw peanuts in shells
  • 1 cup salt
  • 3 ounce package crab boil seasoning mix
  • 1/2 cup hot pepper sauce
  • 12 cups water
  1. Combine all the ingredients in a 6 quart slow cooker (crock-pot). 
  2. Cover and cook on high for 18 hours until peanuts are soft.
  3. Drain and serve.

You may enjoy other Gooseberry Cookbook Recipes on my blog.

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I am a Southern Food & Travel blogger.  I blog about RECIPES, RESTAURANT REVIEWS, FAITH, FAMILY, TRAVEL EXPERIENCES & GIVEAWAYS.  I grew up in Alabama but currently live in ARKANSAS.  I have lived in 6 Southern States.  I have 5 children including 2 adoptive children and a son who has Cerebral Palsy. I am a Christian & Pray you will be encouraged when visiting my blog.

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