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Honey Coated Cashew Nuts

Class 1 - In Store

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Honey Coated Cashew

Pronounce it: ka-shoo

The seeds from the 'Cashew Apple' - a tree which bears bright orange fruit and is native to Brazil and the West Indies. They have a sweet flavour and crumbly texture and are often roasted and salted to bring out their flavour.

Cashews are never sold without the shells because of the extreme heating process that must be applied to remove them.

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Store it

Buy in small quantities in airtight containers in a cool dark place or in the refrigerator. Should keep fresh for at least three months.

Cook it

In stir fries, over salads, in curries or on their own.

Honey Coated Cashew Nuts taste absolutely amazing!

Cashew nuts grow dangling beneath a fleshy stalk known as the cashew pear. The 'pear' can be used for juices, syrups and liqueurs. Cashew nuts are eaten on their own as a snack or as an ingredient in various sweet and savoury dishes. Whole or chopped cashews provide crunch and substance to Asian stir-fries, noodle dishes and curries and they're a good match with chicken.

Preparation

In Europe cashews are usually eaten dried, roasted and salted as a snack or in salads. Use unsalted cashews, whole or ground, for cooking - they're often added to Chinese and South East Asian dishes just before serving. Cashew nuts are particularly good with chicken or prawn dishes and can be used in meat or vegetable stews or curries. Or thrown them into rice dishes to add texture.


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