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The macadamia nut is a dry fruit that delights the taste buds of nut lovers. Crunchy and tender at the same time, the macadamia nut can be eaten as an appetizer and at any time of the day, the greediness often takes precedence over hunger with this dried fruit. If it can be eaten alone and plain, it can be transformed by your care and revolutionize all your recipes

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Exceptional macadamia nuts

The macadamia nut is a round nut that looks like a hazelnut. This light-colored oleaginous dry fruit is a little gustatory wonder. I offer you an exceptional natural macadamia nut that reveals all its light, sweet and subtle flavors that are reminiscent of coconut

Where does the macadamia nut come from?

The macadamia nut is the fruit of the Queensland walnut tree native to Australia. However, it is grown in many countries around the world, including Kenya.

The macadamia nut is a drupe in the same way as the pistachio or the almond. This means that it consists of a shell that contains a round hull inside which is the almond. The term "almond" is generic for this type of dried fruit.

The Queensland walnut fruit comes in the form of a cluster which, once ripe, splits to let the nut escape in its shell

Nutritional values of the macadamia nut

Beyond its unique taste, the macadamia nut has particularly interesting nutritional qualities. Rich in fiber and calcium, it is also distinguished by its high caloric content.

Discover the table of nutritional values of macadamia nuts.

Average content Calories 734 Protein 7,91 g Carbohydrates 5,22 g Fat 75,8 g -saturated 11,8 g -monounsaturated 58,8 g -polyunsaturated 1,48 g Dietary fiber 8,6 g

Consuming macadamia nuts is particularly healthy, as soon as, as for all dried fruits, this consumption is reasoned and that you privilege, as here, unsalted macadamia nuts.

- It helps to fight against bad cholesterol thanks to its richness in monounsaturated fatty acids.
- It prevents type 2 diabetes.
- It is a source of calcium and magnesium, ideal for preserving bone mass.
- It promotes the transport of oxygen in your body thanks to its high iron content

The corner of the sportsmen

With macadamia nuts, you fill up on calories to get the energy you need to practice your favorite sport. Like most nuts, macadamia nuts should be eaten before or during exercise and are an ideal replacement for protein bars that are too rich in sugar and poor quality fat. Its fiber content is a real plus to promote transit and its richness in antioxidants is perfect for a good oxygenation of the cells

Macadamia nuts in your plate

Star of the aperitif, the macadamia nut is a chameleon which will find its place in all your sweet or salty recipes.

- At breakfast with cereals, cranberries or goji berries.
- Crushed to integrate brownies and other cakes and gourmet cakes.
- In a salad with hot goat cheese.
- In a poke bowl.
- In a pan-fried vegetable dish.
- With fish, especially tuna.

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