Hazelnuts may be delicious little morsels of nutty flavour, perfect for topping cakes, sprinkling on salads, and eating out of hand, but they can be kind of a pain to peel. Luckily, Justin Chapple has a super easy method for separating hazelnuts from their skins; you just need a cooling rack.
You can watch Justin demonstrate the neat little trick in the video above, but it's super easy. Just roast your hazelnuts on a cooling rack set inside a rimmed baking sheet and, once they cool, just roll 'em around with your hands on the rack. The skins will flake right off, leaving behind delicious roasted hazelnuts.
How to Skin Hazelnuts [Food & Wine]