Cashews have a buttery, sweet, and salty taste, an unmistakable shape, and are an excellent source of several vitamins, minerals and “good” fat. They grow on trees and the nuts hang at the bottom of the cashew apple (which is a fruit and can be eaten like an apple).
Cooking with Cashews
Cashews make excellent dairy replacements, such as cashew butter, milk, cheese and ice cream. They are also an excellent ingredient for thickening sauces.
They can be eaten dried, roasted or salted as a snack or in salads. Unsalted cashews are great for cooking – add them to Chinese and South East Asian dishes just before serving. They partner really well with chicken or prawn dishes and can be used in meat or vegetable stews or curries. You can also add them to rice dishes for some extra texture.
Cashews - Whole
Ingredients: Cashew nuts.
For allergens see ingredients in bold.
Due to the way our food is stored and packaged, this product may contain traces of other allergens due to cross-contamination.