What You Need to Know About Cashews
Cashew, also known as anacardium occidentale, is known as a tropical climate plant from the family of gum tree (Anacardiaceae).
Cashew grown in Brazil was introduced to the world by the Portuguese.
The Portuguese discovered the cashew tree as they invaded Brazil. Portuguese sailors then carried cashew seeds from Brazil to the west African coast. Due to the nature of the cashew tree, it easily adapted to the west African coasts and began to spread rapidly.
The equatorial region and its surroundings are known as the region where cashew is produced the most.
How To Cook Buckwheat?
Buckwheat is naturally gluten-free and nutritious food that can be cooked in a variety of ways. To boil the buckwheat, rinse the buckwheat under running water in a fine strainer. Add water and salt to a medium saucepan and bring to a boil. Add the washed buckwheat to the boiling water and gently mix the ingredients. Cook on low heat for 15–20 minutes or until the buckwheat is soft. Strain through a strainer to remove excess water. Then add it to the salad.
What to Serve with Buckwheat and Arugula Salad?
Buckwheat and arugula salad is a versatile dish. You can serve this salad with main dishes such as grilled chicken or fish, or opt for a light dinner. It can also be served as a starter. It goes well with pizza. You can use it as a filling material in sandwiches.
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Buckwheat Salad:
- Creamy Spinach and Broccoli Soup
- Grilled Lemon Chicken
- Cheese and Basil Quiche
- Avocado Toast
- Cauliflower Pizza
How To Store Buckwheat and Arugula Salad?
Buckwheat salad with cashews and pomegranate is best consumed fresh. However, you can store it in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Put the salad and dressing in separate airtight containers. Thanks to this, the greens do not wilt, and the dressing does not soak the salad. Consume the salad within a few days after making it to preserve its freshness and flavor. If you store the salad in the refrigerator, you can reheat the buckwheat on the stove or in the microwave.
If you're storing the salad in the refrigerator, avoid adding perishable ingredients like cheese, nuts or fruit. Add these ingredients just before serving the salad.
Avoid storing the salad with the dressing. The dressing will cause the salad to get wet and the greens to wilt. Store the salad and dressing separately. Combine ingredients before serving.