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Japanese-style peanuts

Japanese-style peanuts, also known as Japanese peanuts or cracker nuts (widely known in the Spanish-speaking world as cacahuates Japoneses or maní Japonés)...

Last Update: 2023-10-29T20:30:28Z Word Count : 1149 Synonim Japanese-style peanuts


Peanuts is a syndicated daily and Sunday American comic strip written and illustrated by Charles M. Schulz. The strip's original run extended from 1950...

Last Update: 2023-11-29T12:32:19Z Word Count : 10940 Synonim Peanuts

The Peanuts

The Peanuts (ザ・ピーナッツ, Za Pīnattsu) were a Japanese vocal group consisting of twin sisters Emi (伊藤エミ, Itō Emi) and Yumi Itō (伊藤ユミ, Itō Yumi). They were...

Last Update: 2023-07-26T01:27:30Z Word Count : 1208 Synonim The Peanuts


cucumber, jícama, lime juice, hot sauce, chamoy, chili powder, salt, and "Japanese peanuts" (sometimes referred to as "cracker nuts"). The dish was first conceived...

Last Update: 2023-07-15T12:52:25Z Word Count : 413 Synonim Tostilocos


anthropomorphic beagle in the comic strip Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. He can also be found in all of the Peanuts films and television specials. Since his...

Last Update: 2023-11-25T20:58:01Z Word Count : 4346 Synonim Snoopy

The Peanuts Movie

The Peanuts Movie (known in some countries as Snoopy and Charlie Brown: A Peanuts Movie) is a 2015 American animated comedy film based on Charles M. Schulz's...

Last Update: 2023-12-01T08:30:26Z Word Count : 5435 Synonim The Peanuts Movie

Peanuts filmography

television, musical theater, and video games, based on characters from the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. A series of releases from Warner Home...

Last Update: 2023-11-16T15:49:14Z Word Count : 917 Synonim Peanuts filmography


most other legumes, peanuts harbor symbiotic nitrogen-fixing bacteria in root nodules. The capacity to fix nitrogen means peanuts require less nitrogen-containing...

Last Update: 2023-11-26T22:44:56Z Word Count : 7323 Synonim Peanut


hot sauce, chamoy, tajín (seasoning) chili powder, salt and "Japanese peanuts" (peanuts encased in a crunchy brown flour shell). In Acatlán, Hidalgo the...

Last Update: 2022-12-01T15:49:25Z Word Count : 462 Synonim Cueritos

Kaki no tane

piinattsu (ピーナッツ), or "peanuts". In 2017 the food was officially certified "Space Japanese Food" by the JAXA. Japanese-style peanuts "Kaki No Tane - Everyone's...

Last Update: 2023-05-18T02:25:58Z Word Count : 162 Synonim Kaki no tane

Boiled peanuts

Boiled peanuts are popular in some places where peanuts are common. Fully mature peanuts do not make good quality boiled peanuts; rather, raw or green...

Last Update: 2023-09-04T14:31:43Z Word Count : 1311 Synonim Boiled peanuts

Frito pie

juice, Valentina hot sauce, chamoy, Tajín chili powder, salt, and "Japanese peanuts". The term Tostiloco comes from Tijuana, and is found in California...

Last Update: 2023-10-11T04:31:34Z Word Count : 761 Synonim Frito pie

Peanut (disambiguation)

Miike Peanuts (2006 film), a Japanese film Peanuts, a comic strip Peanuts (TV series), a television series based on the comic strip The Peanuts Movie...

Last Update: 2023-11-20T04:58:07Z Word Count : 288 Synonim Peanut (disambiguation)

Peanuts (2006 film)

Peanuts (ピーナッツ) is a 2006 Japanese comedy baseball film written and directed by Teruyoshi Uchimura. Koichi Akiyoshi, the legendary third baseman in the...

Last Update: 2022-12-08T19:31:36Z Word Count : 440 Synonim Peanuts (2006 film)

Carlos Nakatani

and writer, the son of a Japanese immigrant to Mexico, noted for his introduction of a snack simply called “Japanese peanuts” in Mexico City, and older...

Last Update: 2023-04-22T22:19:47Z Word Count : 952 Synonim Carlos Nakatani

The Peanuts Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Peanuts Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) is the soundtrack album to the 2015 animated film The Peanuts Movie, directed by Steve Martino and...

Last Update: 2023-11-26T02:44:44Z Word Count : 2300 Synonim The Peanuts Movie (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

storylines from the Charles M. Schulz comic strip Peanuts as first presented for television in the Peanuts animated specials. It aired Saturday mornings on...

Last Update: 2023-09-14T20:14:22Z Word Count : 891 Synonim The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show

List of Mexican dishes

charros Fritada Gorditas Gringas Huauzontles Huaraches Huitlacoche Japanese peanuts Jicama Jocoque Jumiles Lengua Lentil soup (lentil beans) Longaniza...

Last Update: 2023-11-15T10:14:56Z Word Count : 987 Synonim List of Mexican dishes

Asian Mexicans

Mexico, as the art market in Japan is very small and very hard to break into. Cacahuates japoneses (lit. Japanese peanuts) are a popular snack in Mexico...

Last Update: 2023-09-12T02:07:28Z Word Count : 4021 Synonim Asian Mexicans

Yoshio (singer)

Nakatani Moriguchi, the Japanese-born entrepreneur and creator of Japanese-style peanuts in Mexico, and Mexican-born wife Ema Ávila Espinoza, and the youngest...

Last Update: 2023-08-21T03:22:24Z Word Count : 575 Synonim Yoshio (singer)

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Japanese-style peanuts

Japanese-style peanuts, also known as Japanese peanuts or cracker nuts (widely known in the Spanish-speaking world as cacahuates Japoneses or maní Japonés), are a type of snack food made from peanuts that are coated in a wheat flour dough and then fried or deep-fried. They come in a variety of different flavours. The Mexican version’s recipe for the extra-crunchy shell has ingredients such as wheat flour, soy sauce, water, sugar, monosodium glutamate, and citric acid. The snacks are sold in sealed bags.This type of snack is claimed to have originated in Mexico in the 1940s by Japanese immigrant Yoshigei Nakatani (father of Mexican singer Yoshio and plastic artist Carlos Nakatani). After losing his job, due to the closing of the factory where he worked making mother-of-pearl buttons, property of the owner of "El Nuevo Japón", Heijiro Kato, who was suspected of being a spy for Imperial Japan, Nakatani had to find ways to take care of his growing family. Working in the La Merced Market corridors selling Mexican candies called muéganos and a new variety of fried snacks he named "oranda", in honor to the Japanese orange-colored fish, Nakatani made a new version of a snack that reminded him of his homeland: mamekashi (seeds covered with a layer of flour with spices), adapting it to Mexican tastes. Nakatani packed the peanuts in bags with a Geisha design, made by his daughter Elvia. While his children tended to the family business, Nakatani and his wife Emma went to sell on nearby streets. The demand for the new snack was such, that they stopped selling at home, and got a stall in the Market. By the 1950's, the family business, "Nipón", had been established with the help of their son Armando, registering the trademark in 1977. Unfortunately, Nakatani never registered the patent for the snack, and, since 1957, brands like Nishikawa, and later on, by the 1980's, Barcel and Sabritas, among others, had made their own versions of Japanese-style peanuts. Nakatani's company Nipón remained as an independent entity, until it was bought by Totis in 2017.

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