Rinse peanuts under cool water and remove any twigs, roots, whatever doesn't belong.
Add peanuts and salt to your Pressure Cooker cooking pot and cover with water. Place a plate or trivet on top to hold down the peanuts.
Lock on lid and close Pressure Valve.
Cook on High Pressure for 65 minutes.
When Beep sounds wait at least 30 minutes or longer and then open the pot. The longer they sit, the better. If peanuts are too hard for your liking, just add some more time.
Cook on HIGH for 12 hours.
In large stock pot, add peanuts, salt and water and bring to boil. Cover and set heat to low. Simmer for 3.5 hours, or until desired tenderness.
Jumbo peanuts work best.A trivet helps to keep the peanuts from floating up above the water.Start with a cook time of 65 minutes. For a softer texture, just add more time and allow another full natural pressure release.The longer the peanuts sit in the salty water, the better. Grab a Bamboo Strainer and you are set to eat.They will last in the refrigerator for three days.Originally published March 19, 2016. Republished with video and photos July 23, 2019.