Originating from the southerners, there is a childhood memory of plum dried vegetables, and I love food. On a certain day, when you fried peanuts, you threw it away, but it was amazing, giving ordinary peanuts a different taste. The dry and crispy plum dried vegetables, the aroma of peanuts is rich, and it is compounded into another delicious taste. I have a side dish and I like a bowl of porridge.
Prepare the ingredients, soak the peanuts in water for half a minute and drain the water.
Put a small amount of oil in the pot, heat the peanuts under the heat, stir fry for a minute, turn to a small fire, the fire is easy to blacken the peanuts but not cooked, the small fire is slowly cooked, the peanuts will not turn black, this step requires patience.
Wait until the peanuts are fried and mature, put in the dried plums (dry, not over water), still small fire, turning from time to time.
Stir-fried until the peanuts are cooked, the skin is slightly discolored, and the hand is lightly touched, and the outer garment is easy to fall, which is enough heat. Turn off the fire, sprinkle the right amount of salt according to your taste, mix well and let cool. This step requires a personal grasp of the degree, if not enough, you can go back to the pan or microwave.