- Delicacy - the cashew nuts are delicious just to eat them as such, you can also serve them along with a hot beverage
- Breakfast - the cashew nuts can enrich your favourite breakfast muesli or porridge
- Salads - fruity salads are a great option to add the cashew nuts in
- Desserts - you can use the yoghurt coated cashew nuts to sprinkle ice cream sundaes or other cold desserts
The taste of cashew nuts is sweeter and less intense than the one of peanuts or walnuts. Cashew nuts grow on a 12-meter-high tree called Cashew tree. The tree grows in the tropics and comes from Brazil. The fruit of the tree is called "cashew apple" and there are edible achenes inside of it, which we know as cashew nuts.
CompositionYoghurt glaze 67% (sugar, palm fat, WHEY, rice flour, YOGHURT GLAZE 3%, sunflower lecithin E322, gum arabic E414, shellac E904). CASHEW NUTS 33%. May contain traces of gluten, peanuts, soy, other nuts and sesame.
Store in a dry and cool place.