Of all the varieties of peanuts, small red-skinned Spanish peanuts are hailed as having the "nuttiest" taste. Because roasting brings out even more flavor, these are hands down the richest, nuttiest peanuts around, and without having any added salt.
Contrary to what you might think, Spanish peanuts are not originally from Spain but rather South America. Turns out this breed of peanut was perfected in Spain sometime during the 1770s before making its back way to the New World. Today Spanish peanuts are mostly grown in Texas and Oklahoma, and are of course a popular American pastime.
And in case you didn't already know, peanuts are not true nuts but a type of legume that grows in a pod, similar to beans, peas, and lentils, and with a similar protein-packed, high-fiber profile. Plus peanuts are also rich in heart-healthy unsaturated fats. So now you have even more reasons to munch on these full-flavor snacks.
Spanish Peanut, Canola Oil
Product of USA
Warning: Contains peanuts. May contain occasional shell fragments. Packaged in a facility that processes peanuts, tree nuts, soy, wheat and dairy products.
Serving Size: 28g (~1.0 oz)
Amount per Serving
|Calories from Fat||115|