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Cashew nuts contain many nutrients that assist with cholesterol reduction. As part of a well-balanced, nutrient-rich diet, cashews offer a versatile and convenient way to increase your nutritional intake.
Cashews add a nice crunch to this grilled turkey and spiral pasta combo. I first tasted this salad at a baby shower and asked the hostess for her recipe. Since then, I've served it for many occasions.
Expect requests for seconds of this quick recipe made with easy-to-find ingredients. It's delicious!
One bite and you'll be hooked on this slightly sweet sandwich. It's protein-packed so you can feel good while you munch!
Nothing beats the pairing of buttery caramel and rich cashews; add it to a chocolaty cake pop and you have one irresistible little treat.
Here's a look at the pros and cons of different nuts. Nuts are high in fat and calories, so while a handful can hold you over until dinner, a few more handfuls can ruin your appetite altogether. And although nuts are a healthy choice by themselves, they'll quickly become detrimental to any diet when paired with sugary or salty toppings or mixes.
The cashew tree is native to Brazil, where its fruit is considered a delicacy. In the 16th century, the Portuguese introduced them to India and some African countries, where they are now also grown. Cashews are rich in iron, phosphorus, selenium, magnesium and zinc. They are also good sources of phytochemicals, antioxidants, and protein
The sour element in this recipe really cuts through the rich duck meat and cashews
Enjoy something sweet for Valentine’s Day! It’s a great way to add a healthy fat and protein to your child’s meal. It also contains real fruit.