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Chestnuts roasting on an open fire...Traditional fresh chestnuts. Everyone loves that delicious taste and unforgettable smell of fresh roasting chestnuts. These are the largest chestnuts grown, and are flown in from Italy.
***Approximately 20-25 in a pound***
To help preserve their freshness, your bag might arrive with little holes punched in them. This is normal and is done only to keep them fresh.
Chestnuts have a very high moisture content, and are extremely perishable. They must be stored under refrigeration in as close to freezing temperatures as possible. It is also recommended that they are stored with as high humidity as possible. If stored in this manner, they can stay fresh for a couple of weeks. We recommend storing the nuts in perforated plastic bags, or solid plastic bags that you've put some holes in. Place a damp paper towel in with them. To cook chestnuts, you can boil them or roast them. When roasting, cut a small slit in the chestnut to prevent them from exploding during the roasting process. Bake in the oven at 425 for 10-15 minutes or until the outer skin begins to peel back. You can also cook on the stove top or over an open flame.
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carol, prineville, oregon December 16, 2013
“The chestnuts were good and fresh. I was happy happy.”
Donna, Graham, Wa December 14, 2013
“My mom was truly amazed of the size of the chestnuts. She was so thrilled!”
Edward Sulzer Jr, Armour, SD December 12, 2013
“I just received my order of chestnuts. I heated the oven to 425 degrees F. and roasted a dozen of the wonderful chestnuts for 12 minutes. After cross slicing them (of course) and they were Grrreeaaattt!!!!!!!!”
Kyle, Terrell, Texas December 9, 2013
“The fresh chestnuts made my NY born girlfriend's Christmas. They brought back memories of roasting them with her dad years ago. Great product and awesome company. Nutty perhaps, but awesome nonetheless.”
Martha, Burnsville, N.C. December 6, 2013
“I want to know. WHERE IN THIS WORLD did the chestnuts come from?? I have a native ( American ) chestnut tree in my garden area and it has produced chestnuts boldly for years but, my goodness I have not had chestnuts the size theses are. They are wonderful. My whole order is..wonderful.. 12 stars all gold..”
Renee, Oklahoma City, Ok December 5, 2013
“I LOVE the chestnuts! They were wonderful and arrived just in time for roasting on the fire!! Thrilled!!!”
Jacqueline, NY December 4, 2013
“I received the chestnuts yesterday afternoon and roasted them last night....always a favorite snack, these were delicious! They were so large and really fresh...a delight! Thank you for an excellent product....this was my first order with you and without a doubt, it won't be my last.”
Jay, Opp, Alabama November 26, 2013
“Nuts arrived a day early! The chestnuts will be used in the stuffing in a Beef Wellington for my Chef instructor for Thanksgiving.
The figs you added are WONDERFUL..Thank you!”
Theresa, Carthage, NC November 26, 2013
“I ordered a pound of Chestnuts. There was 29 chestnuts in the bag. I was happily surprised to read the directions on the bag on how to keep my chestnuts fresh. Tonight I boiled them. They were all fresh and sweet in taste. Not one bad one in the bunch! I will definitely order again from Nuts.com. Just wish they had free shipping.”
Arthur, Medford, MA November 21, 2013
“Pleasantly surprised.. Excellent quality, and REAL tasty....The Chestnuts and Anise bears sent me back in time with my Grandparents....AND the complimentary vegetable chips are fantastic.. My little puppies are siting by my feet waiting for another sample.. I will have to think on that one.
Thank You Very Much
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Kami, Denver, Pennsylvania February 16, 2014
“I bought these around Christmas time to make stuffing. Since I moved back to an area that only offers chestnuts in the store in the early fall, I needed to find them somewhere -- or risk disappointing my husband. These were fresher, a little larger, toasted evenly, and there weren't as many "bad ones" that wouldn't peel.”
Serving Size 100g (~3.5 oz.)
(Approx. 4.5 Servings/Pound)
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|Calories From Fat||33|
Chestnuts **It is also recommended that they are stored with as high humidity as possible. If stored in this manner, they can stay fresh for a couple of weeks. We recommend storing the nuts in perforated plastic bags, or solid plastic bags that you've put some holes in**
Packaged in the same facility as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, and milk products.
Approximately 20 pieces per pound.
Country of Origin: Italy
|1 Pound Bags|
|25 Pound Cases|