Translation of cashew in Spanish:

cashew

anacardo, n.

Pronunciation /ˈkæʃˌu/ /ˈkaʃuː/ /kəˈʃuː/

noun

(cashew nut)
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    anacardo masculine
    castaña de cajú feminine Latin America
    nuez de la India feminine Mexico
    • Similarly, utilisation of the cashew nut produced in Western Province has not yet been fully realised.
    • The tree bark and leaves of the cashew tree are used medicinally, the roasted cashew nut has international appeal, and even the tough shell around the nut is used in local remedies - although carefully as the shell oil can be toxic.
    • Daughter decided this creamy curry with a cashew nut base looked more tempting than the meal she ordered but a mouthful later, decided otherwise. The extra dish had been prepared ‘hot’ and nearly sent her sky high.
    • The prices of jute, potato, soyabean, cashew nut, pepper, rubber, green tea leaves, coconut, groundnut and coffee have fallen sharply.
    • Some authors have suggested that their flavour and texture are comparable with those of the chestnut or cashew nut.
    • The 60-year-old man, who had no history of nut allergy, suffered an anaphylactic reaction to a cashew nut just 25 days after he received the liver transplant.
    • The cashew nut processing industry is Mozambique's biggest industrial employer, with 10,000 workers.
    • Mix the cashew nut powder and saffron thoroughly ensuring there are no lumps left.
    • The cashew nut pesto was lost in a cloying sea of sweet chilli syrup.
    • Export of cashew nut shell liquid has also shown an increase.
    • Peanut flour is a cheaper alternative to almond or cashew nut powder and I know that many take-away outlets are now using it.
    • For 15, 50 cashew nut tree seedlings will be sent to a family in Ecuador, a country which saw one third of its cashew nut trees destroyed by Hurricane Mitch in 1998.
    • The bulk section was easy: four different choices of cashew nut, priced by the kilo.
    • At night animals came out from behind the trees and destroyed the farmers' cassava, maize and cashew nut crops.
    • Unroasted nuts such as almonds, cashews, pecans, Brazil nuts, hazelnuts and walnuts make an ideal snack food for would-be slimmers keen to get cracking.
    • Switch almonds with Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, pecans, pumpkin seeds, or sunflower seeds.
    • How she loved to crunch them; dry roasted peanuts, macadamias, cashews, pistachios, walnuts and Brazils.
    • Eat moderate amounts of nuts that are rich in monounsaturated fat, like hazelnuts, almonds, pecans, cashews, walnuts, and macadamia nuts.
    • If you wanted to impart extra flavour to the cashews, you could roast them beforehand, and don't worry if you haven't got a wok, just do it in a roasting tray on top of the gas-ring burners.