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Frozen Peeled Michigan Chestnuts - 1 lb
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Frozen peeled Michigan-grown chestnuts are available year round!

Raw chestnuts do not need to be cooked to be eaten, but when cooked become tender and sweeter. Frozen chestnuts may be placed directly into boiling water, but should be thawed before baking or roasting.

 

Product of Michigan


1 bag vacuum sealed bag

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Recipes

Beef Chestnut Wellington
Our Earthy Delights panel of judges raved over this clever recipe which adds the tender texture and mild flavor of chestnuts to a classic presentation.

Submitted by Elaine Conte

First Prize Winner 2015 Chestnut Recipe Contest
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Wild and "Tame" Rice with Chestnuts
Here's a recipe that is not only great for the holidays, but is just as pleasing and satisfying at any time of the year. It's inspired by a traditional Japanese rice dish, Kuri Gohan (literally, rice with chestnuts), but with the addition of North American wild rice. The nutty flavor and chewy texture of wild rice really adds a new dimension to the dish. While it makes a wonderful side dish with just about any meal, it would also work very well as a stuffing for turkey or a roasting chicken.

If you're entertaining a crowd, just double the recipe up and don't worry about leftovers - this delicious rice dish re-heats exceptionally well.
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Pork & Chestnut Wontons
Chestnuts have been treasured as a delicacy throughout Asia for centuries. Their sweet, gently nutty taste and toothsome texture pair beautifully with the mild flavor of tender pork, as evidenced by the many traditional recipes which use both ingredients.

Wontons are surprisingly easy to make, especially if you use ready-made wonton wrappers, which can be found in most grocery stores these days. Don't worry about making them perfectly on the first try; in cooking, you can almost always eat your mistakes! Rest assured, after two or three, you'll be turning them out like an old pro.

These savory wontons can also be added to chicken stock for a deliciously satisfying dumpling soup, or fried until golden brown for a crisp & crunchy treat. Wontons also freeze exceptionally well, so you can make a big batch and save some for later - if you have any leftovers!
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Chestnut Marmalade (Marmellata di Castagne)
Chestnut marmalade is nothing like a citrus marmalade; there’s not a drop of citrus in it. Smooth & creamy, full of sweet chunks of chestnut, chestnut marmalade is delicious spread on hot buttered toast, but it also makes a wonderful addition to cakes, cookies and other desserts. Chestnut marmalade also just happens to be quite easy to make. It does take a little bit of effort to remove the shells from the fresh chestnuts, but it’s worth it. And if you really want to make it easy, you can even use frozen or preserved chestnuts that have already had the shells removed.
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