Macadamia nuts are primarily grown in Hawaii and Australia, but can also be found in Latin America, Africa, and Asia in warm areas only. They grow in large bushy trees that may take 5 years to begin producing nuts. In terms of preparation, macadamia nuts should be shelled within 24 hours of harvest to prevent mildew. Macadamia nuts are a good source of vitamin A, protein, and iron, among other minerals. One of the most famous recipes is for macadamia nut cookies. It is also used in granola, fudge, muffins, or in macadamia nut crusted chicken.
Typical Values Per 100g
_of which sugars 2g
_of which saturates 10.3g
Organic • Vegetarian, Vegan. Packed in a factory that also handles other nuts, soya, sesame, eggs, milk, mustard, celery, wheat and gluten.