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How to Skin Hazelnuts

Handmade TV and Sarah Breckenridge
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When you cook with hazelnuts, you’ll want to remove their thin papery skins, which tend to be bitter. You could toast them and then rub them in a kitchen towel, but it’s messy and you’ll find that some skins can be stubborn and won’t come off. There’s a better way.

Use contributor Rose Levy Beranbaum’s tip to easily remove those hazelnut skins completely and without a mess.


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