W320 grade cashews are the most popular cashew kernels and have the greatest availability worldwide. Cashews are high in magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, zinc, vitamin B6, vitamin K, and other vitamins and minerals, as well as a good source of healthy fats. Cashews or popularly known as “Kaju” are popular among dry fruits and have a prominent place in every kitchen due to their various health benefits and creamy flavor. They’re found in almost all Indian sweets and delicacies. Kaju Barfi, Kaju butter masala, Kaju katli, and roasted cashews are among India’s favorite dishes and snacks made from cashews.
|Total Lipid (Fat)||43.8 g|
- Cashews lower the risk of heart diseases
- Regular consumption of cashews helps in healthy weight management
- High in calcium, magnesium, and manganese
- Cashews enhance bone health
- Good for skin and eye
- Good source of dietary fiber aids gut health
Cashews can be used for seasoning pulao, biryani, and bisi bele bhaat, and many Indian dishes. Delicious Kaju katli and scrumptious Kaju rolls can be made by using ground Kaju, milk, ghee, and sugar. Add ghee-fried cashews to payasam, kheer, smoothies, and other desserts to add richness. Cashews go well with savory dishes such as kebab, Afghani paneer, dum aloo, paneer pasanda, meat, and fish recipes.