These raw whole cashew nuts are a popular snack and a tasty addition to a variety of recipes.

Allergens in Bold Cashew Nuts. May contain traces of other Nuts and/or Peanuts.
Energy (Kjoules) 2533
Energy (Kcal) 611
Fat 50.9g
Of which Saturates 10.1g
Carbohydrate 18.8g
Of which Sugars 5.6g
Fibre 3.2g
Protein 20.5g
Salt 0.7g
Health Benefits Source of Fibre. Source of Protein.
Country of Origin Product of Vietnam
Useful Information

The Cashew Nut is native to Central America, South America, Brazil and the Caribbean Islands. They can also be found in India, Ivory Coast and Vietnam.
The Cashew is not really a nut, but a seed. It is known as a nut in culinary terms.
The tree produces a seed and a Cashew apple. Cashew apples can vary in colour from yellow or red.
The pulp is distilled into a liquor or it can be made into a sweet fruit drink.
The Cashew Nut can be eaten plain, roasted, or roasted and salted, Honey coated, Caramel coated and Chilli flavour.

These nuts make a great treat and healthy snack anytime.
They can be or added to give a tasty crunch to breakfast cereals, granola, salads, put in sweet or savoury recipes with noodles, vegetables, rice and are a favourite with Chinese food lovers and Asian stir fries.
They can be added to baking ingredients to make biscuits, pastries, flapjacks, muffins, scones, brownies and large or small cakes.
Cashews can also be made into a delicious Cashew butter.
Cashew nuts are processed into a dairy free cheese and a tasty dairy free milk alternative.

These raw whole cashew nuts are a popular snack and a tasty addition to a variety of recipes.
Note: HTML is not translated!
    Bad           Good
Captcha
Copyright Natural Health 4 Life 2021 | Company No: 07370770 | Website by Media Orb