Kolhapuri Masala Cashews

Kolhapuri Masala Cashews

Regular price Rs. 225 | 150g Save Rs. -225

 

Cashews aren't just the most preferred and the most loved of all the dry fruits, but they also make for the best snacks. 

We wanted to pair your favourite choice of snacks with the most loved flavour and here is the result! Luscious whole cashews laced with the famous Kolhapuri spice mix - red chilli and garlic with a little bit of sweetness! Pairs perfectly with any beverage-hot or cold. 


Ingredients

Cashew nuts, Garlic, Groundnut Oil, Spices & Condiments, Curry Leaves, Salt

Shelf-Life

 
2 Months 

Nutritional Information

Energy (KCal)  518.0
  Carbohydrate (g) 46.9
Total Fats (g)   28.2 
Protein (g)   19.2
Sugar (g)   8.0

Shipping & Packaging 

 
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Owing to the current logistics situation, your order will be shipped through the surface mode only. It will be delivered in 1) Metro cities: 5-7 business days & 2) Non-metro cities: 7-9 business days. Your order is normally processed within 1 working day of having received the order. In case we foresee a delay beyond the indicated delivery timeline, we will keep you informed. Please note that the orders are not dispatched on Saturday, Sunday, and on public holidays.

Note: Please note that these timelines are not applicable and may increase during the festive rush and during Covid restrictions. Alsothese timelines may increase further for COD orders, which are individually confirmed with customers before the dispatch of each order and are not dispatched until confirmed from the customer side.

Shipping Charge

 
We deliver all products fresh and direct from the origin to you. We use only the best available courier partners. Therefore, we have a shipping charge of Rs.50 per order. This is applicable throughout the website. Free shipping on orders of Rs.900 & above.

*Inclusive of taxes

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Please note that COD is available for orders Rs. 899.
Also, COD facility will not be available for orders that include Mango purchases.

Disclaimer

 
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In case of any concerns, please write to us at hello@thepostcard.in and we will do our best to address your concern. Please note that we will only be able to address concerns that can be factually or visually verified mutually by our team and the customer. We regret that we will not be able to materially address any concern that may pertain to a sensory nature of taste and smell as those are individual experiences but will certainly value and incorporate all such feedback for future improvement.

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Cashew Nut (Kaju) – Story of the most loved Dry Fruit

Cashew Nut (Anacardium Occidentale) or Kaju was originated in Brazil but is now cultivated extensively in India and East Africa. The Nut also known as the seed hangs from the Cashew Fruit, which is also called Cashew Apple. The fruit is kidney-shaped and almost 2 inches long. It has two layers, out of which outer layer contains caustic oil which must be burned off before the nut is touched or it reacts with the skin. Later after reaching the inner part, the nut is boiled or roasted to remove other toxic substances before the it can be eaten.

Despite the long procedure in extracting the nuts, it has become widely popular in India and in other parts of the world owing to its taste and crunchy texture. In 1600s, Portuguese came sailing down to Indian coast, Goa. With them they brought this valuable tree, which went on to become the favorite nut of the world. In the late sixteenth century, it spread to rest of the coastal region. From there it spread throughout Southeast Asia, eventually Africa. Today the major production of Cashew Nut occurs in Vietnam, Nigeria, Ivory Coast and India.

In India these nuts are known as “Kaju”, which is the name adopted from Portuguese pronunciation. Here after harvesting it in the months of February to May, the nuts are eaten as it is, or used in thousands of recipes, and Cashew Apple is processed into sweet or produced into liquor. In Goa, the cashew apple is mashed, and the juice is extracted and kept for fermentation. The fermented juice undergoes double distillation process after which Feni or Fenny is formed. Fenny or Feni is a world-famous drink, loved by tourists and people from Goa and contains 40-42% alcohol content.

Most people think cashews are high in calories and oil, but they are in the lower spectrum of oil and calories. With no cholesterol, they are considered a healthy food for heart patients. They are high in magnesium and antioxidants. It also has zinc which helps in vision and immunity. Currently India is the largest Cashew processor in the world. This plant took deep roots in the culture & livelihood of the entire nation.