Nuts

Nuts with shell can be bought fresh. Nuts without shell are offered roasted and salted. Fresh nuts are very suitable for salads or for cooking and frying. Ground, sliced or chopped nuts are used to bake cakes, tarts or cookies.

Almond Leaves
Almond Leaves are finely sliced skinned almonds with a slightly sweet taste. They are used e.g. for sprinkling the classic butter cake. ...
Almond splinters
Almond splinters are similar to almond sticks, except that they are partially broken into smaller pieces and are cheaper. Almond splinters are made from sweet almonds whose dark skin has been removed. ...
Almond Sticks
Almond Sticks , are blanched and cut into sticks almonds, which are particularly suitable for decorating cakes, tarts or sweet dishes. There are also cheap almond splinters that are rather irregularly divided into small pieces. ...
almonds
Almonds taste particularly aromatic when bought in shell and freshly cracked. However, they can also be packaged and are already detached from the shell. ...
Brazil nuts
Brazil nuts (engl. brazil nuts, franz. noix du brésil, ital. noci del brasile, span. nueces de brasil) were named after the federal state Para in Brazil. Brazil nuts grow in the rainforests of South America and are also known as Amazon almonds. ...
brittle
Brittle (English Brittle, French Nougatine, Italian Croccante, Spanish Crocante) is made from chopped nuts and melted sugar. The name croquant is derived from the French word croquer, which means crunch or crack. ...
Burnt peanuts
Burnt peanuts Depending on the manufacturer, roasted peanuts are coated with a thin caramel crust and sprinkled with sesame seeds. Burnt peanuts are usually eaten as a candy. ...
Cashew kernels
Cashew kernels Cashew nuts (English Cashew nuts, French) Noix de cajou, ital. Noce di acagiù, span. ...
chestnuts
Chestnuts (French Marrons, Italian Marroni, Spanish Castañas) are available from October to December. They are sold fresh, roasted, candied or canned. ...

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