"Cashew nuts" are especially diverse in Southwestern Indian cuisine . This is a "cashew nut broken" that you can use at a great price . It is unsalted and lightly roasted so that it can be used as a cooking ingredient.
When mashed and added to the curry, the rich richness like the sweet cream that is familiar with "Paneer McCarney" spreads. It is also recommended for thickening. If you want to crush it and put it in a cake or cookie, or make it into a paste to make creamy curry, this cracked cashew nut is definitely recommended. I am glad that the price is cheap and it is easy on your wallet because it is broken. But the taste is the same. It can be used as a confectionery ingredient or a bread-making ingredient for stir-fried Chinese food .
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If you want to eat it as a snack, fry it in a frying pan with a small amount of water until it is dry with salt, or roast it in an oven or toaster for a crispy texture.
In India, beautiful cashew nuts with a round shape that looks like a ball are indispensable for making festive biryani and sweets, and are also an important source of nutrition and ingredients for vegetarians and vegans. For decoration and toppings of sweets such as cakes and cookies , please use the beautifully shaped "Cashew nut hole" and the convenient half-split type "Cashew nut splits" ♪
Cashew nut hole 100g
Cashew nut hole 500g
Cashew nut hole 1kg
Cashew nut split (half split) 100g
Cashew nut Splits (half split) 500g
Cashew nuts that are lightly roasted and not sprinkled with salt are delicious even if eaten as they are, and the more you chew, the more creamy richness comes out in your mouth, and the slight sweetness You can enjoy it. It's even more delicious if you eat cashew nuts and a few raisins together. It's a delicious way to eat that the Indians taught me. If you put it in a bowl and always have it ready, it will come in handy as a welcome snack for sudden visitors.
(16055)(Ambika) Cashewnut Broken 100g