Hot sand frying

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Hot sand frying is a common cooking technique[1] for street-side food vendors in China and India to cook chestnuts and peanuts. A large wok is filled with black sand and heated to high temperature. Nuts are buried in the hot sand and occasionally turned with a spatula, then the sand and nuts are separated through a wire-mesh screen.

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  1. ^ "Cooking School". Cooking School Info Site (website). Accessed May 2010.