Botanical Name – Anacardium occidentale
Tamil Name – உப்பு முந்திரி – Uppu muntiri
English name – Salted Cashew
Hindi Name – नमकीन काजू- namakeen kaajoo
Kannada Name – ಉಪ್ಪುಸಹಿತ ಗೋಡಂಬಿ – Uppusahita gōḍambi
Telugu Name – సాల్టెడ్ జీడిపప్పు – Sālṭeḍ jīḍipappu
Malayalam Name – ഉപ്പിട്ട കശുവണ്ടി – uppiṭṭa kaśuvaṇṭi
Salt cashew native place in South America, Africa, India, and brazil. Nowadays these regions mostly produce cashews. Cashews mainly used in cashew-based cheese, cashew milk, sour creams, and cashew-based cream sauces.
Cashew offers more healing benefits and it also gives high minerals. The cashew nut and fruit give several health benefits.
Nutrition Facts (Per 56 gm)
- Calories – 320
- Saturated Fat – 4.500 gm
- Trans Fat – 0.000 gm
- Sodium -190 mg
- Carbohydrate -17.00 gm
- Dietary Fiber – 2.0 gm
- Sugars – 3.00 gm
- Protein – 10.00 gm
- Potassium – 370 mg
- Polyunsaturated Fat – 5.000 gm
- Monounsaturated Fat – 14.000 gm
- Cholesterol – 0 mg
- Fatty acids
Salted cashew nuts increase your heart health and reduce heart disease. It also reduces cholesterol, inflammation, vascular reactivity, and oxidative stress.
Cashew nuts prevent blood diseases and cashew has copper mineral which helps reduce the free radicals.
Improves your eye vision
Cashew nuts have Zea Xanthin which is a powerful antioxidant. It protects your eyes and prevents harmful UV rays.