Organic Cashew Nuts
Organic Cashew Nuts by Hatton Hill Organic. Organically grown, harvested and dried in Vietnam. Packed in the UK.
Hatton Hill Organic’s organic whole cashew nuts offer delicious, healthy snacking right out of the bag. In additional to being an incredibly moreish snack, they have an enormous variety of uses in everything from stir-fries to salads, desserts to dressings, cookies to cakes, and tarts to toffee.
Almost everything works brilliantly with cashews. Beyond the wide range of lip-smacking cashew dishes that we probably don’t need to tell you about, why not branch out into more exotic territory? Try pureeing cashews with garlic and chillies (and a little water, sugar and vinegar) to make a scrumptious salsa that’ll liven up almost any vegetable, meat, poultry or fish dish you rustle up. How about a dairy-free creamy pea or broccoli soup in which the cashews provide the velvety texture and flavour? Dairy- and egg-free cashew Caesar salad dressing, anyone? Or give in to your inner snack-hound and roast our cashews with ingredients such as chilli, rosemary, sea salt, garlic and other ingredients for some seriously munchable morsels.
Organic ✓ Vegetarian ✓ Vegan ✓
Certified as organic by the UK’s Soil Association (licence no. DA22427).
|Typical values||per 100g|
|- of which saturates||7.8g|
|- of which sugars||5.9g|
Cashew fruit can be consumed raw or roasted. The food grown on the cashew tree is distinguished from other nuts by its bean and kidney-shaped form. Cashew peanut kernels, which are larger in size than other peanut types, are offered to consumers without shells. We carefully pack these cashew nuts from Vietnam (one of the world's largest producers of nuts) in the UK and deliver them to your tables.
Roasted cashews are flavoured by adding salt and oil. Our Organic Cashew nuts, which have a slightly sweet and salty taste, are served as an aperitif with yeast drinks. Our cashew nuts are %100 organic and vegan & vegetarian.
Packed on premises that handle celery, cereals containing gluten, mustard, peanuts, sesame, soybeans, sulphur dioxide and sulphites, and tree nuts (such as almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, brazil nuts, cashews, pecans, pistachios and macadamias).