Cashew apple is the fruit of the cashew tree, which is native to Brazil but now widely cultivated in tropical regions around the world. The cashew apple is pear-shaped and has a bright yellow or red skin, depending on the variety. It is soft and juicy, with a sweet and slightly astringent taste.
The cashew apple is not actually a true fruit, but rather an accessory fruit or pseudo-fruit, meaning that the flesh is derived from the swollen stem of the plant, rather than the ovary. The true fruit of the cashew tree is the cashew nut, which is the kidney-shaped seed that grows on the end of the cashew apple.
Cashew apples are commonly used in the production of beverages, such as juice, wine, and cider. The juice is also used in the preparation of jams and jellies.
- Cashew apples are pear-shaped and can grow up to 5 inches in length and 3 inches in diameter.
- The skin of the cashew apple is thin, waxy and has a bright yellow or red color, depending on the variety.
- The flesh of the cashew apple is soft, juicy and has a sweet and slightly astringent taste.
- The cashew apple contains a single seed, which is the kidney-shaped cashew nut, attached to the bottom of the fruit.
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