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Key Concepts  Source of dietary fibre (soluble & insoluble) Low in fat Low in sodium Low glycemic index (GI) Rich in anthocyanins (flavonoid pigments, which also act as antioxidants) Contains sorbitol...
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Key Concepts 

  • Source of dietary fibre (soluble & insoluble)
  • Low in fat
  • Low in sodium
  • Low glycemic index (GI) 
    Rich in anthocyanins (flavonoid pigments, which also act as antioxidants)
  • Contains sorbitol (natural laxative)
USES 

  • Roasted and crushed kernels often sprinkled over salads, desserts, particularly sundaes and other dairy-based preparations.
  • Peanut butter is a food paste prepared from roasted nuts, with or without the addition of oil. It is popular throughout the world and commonly used as dip/spread. Peanut milk is also a favorite lactose-free healthy drink.
  • Peanut “chutney” or paste, made from these nuts, chili peppers, salt, coriander leaves, garlic and mustard seeds, is a popular dip among South Indian, Sri Lankan regions.
  • Add peanuts to healthy sautéed chicken and vegetables.
  • Make a simple Southeastern Asian salad by combining sliced green cabbage, grated ginger, Serrano chilis and peanuts. Toss with olive oil and soy sauce dressing.
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