These kidney shaped nuts are grown from the apple fruit of cashew trees, first found in North-Eastern Brazil. In 1560-1565, the cashew tree made it over to Goa by Portuguese sailors where they soon spread to South-East Asia and then Africa.
- The perfect grazing snack - delicious both unsalted and salted
- Soak cashews overnight to blend for creamy sauces and butters
- Crumble into pieces to use for baking, crusts and garnishing
- High in protein