Put the walnut kernels in the water and cook them out. After cooking, they will give off a light red jujube flavor. The cooked walnut kernels are easily peeled off, but try not to peel them off.
Add a proper amount of water to the pan, add a few pieces of rock sugar and a spoonful of honey, and simmer a slightly thick blister on a small fire.
Add the walnuts and mix well, so that the walnuts are evenly coated with a layer of sugar juice.
After the oil in the pan is hot, put the walnuts in a small fire and fry until it is crispy. Because of the separation of sugar, there is almost no oil absorbed by the peach kernel.
Remove the plate and sprinkle with sesame seeds and mix well.