The nut of the hazel.
A hard-shelled nut with an oval or round kernel, high in fibre. Also known as cob nut.
any of several shrubs or small trees of the genus Corylus bearing edible nuts enclosed in a leafy husk
nut of any of several trees of the genus Corylus
A hard-shelled nut with an oval or round kernel, high in dietary fibre. Either used whole, grated or ground to flavour savoury and sweet dishes.
A thick-shelled nut from the European or North American hazel tree "Corylus avellana" with an outer husk that does not completely cover the nut. The nuts are small (to 1 cm) and pointed, with a firmly attached skin which is loosened by roasting or blanching. They have a distinctive flavor and are used in cooking, confectionery and as a dessert nut.
A.K.A filberts These nuts are somewhat sweet and are used to add flavor to sweets, salads and main dishes. They come packaged whole or chopped.
a nut that is somewhat sweet; used to add flavor to sweets, salads and main dishes
This nut is used whole, chopped, and ground in baking, candies, desserts, and salads. Also known as the "cobnut."