Tree and fruit native to the Pacific Islands and Malaysia that was brought to the West Indies in the 18th century. The fruit is large with a rough green skin with small hexagonal markings. Some varieties have a spiky exterior. The flesh is white, cream coloured or yellow and has a high starch content. It is eaten boiled, roasted, or fried as a staple food.
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"breadfruit" used in Cayman Islands.
You forgot Barbados!!! It's our main "ground provision". Roast breadfruit... is a tradition. I'm sitting in my living room looking out at two breadfriut trees right now. :)
Can some one give me a good recipe for breadfruit.not to spicy. send to firstname.lastname@example.org thanks
Mi luv breadfuit ripe and fry
when I lived in Micronesia they ponded the breadfruit into a paste they called it KON and then they ate it with their hands and sometimes put tobasco on it
its call breadfruit and we eat it with ackee and saltfish any where we go
how come in America we don't have breadfruit .. it look good I want to try it when I go to Guyana this year in winter .
Grenadians say "breadfruit" too
Fantastic fruit!! When roasting this fruit is better when it has just started to ripe. Ackee and salt fish. lots of coconut oil to dip yu bred!!! if yu know wah me mean
In grenada we use breadfruit in our national dish OIL DOWN. saying that make me hungry for some now
My Parents are Haitian We eat breadfruit with fish or meat in red gravy. Some times we mash it up like mash potato, its then called Fufu add some meat of your choice,,,,..... DELICIOUS... I like it the way the Jamaicans and Nigerians make it as well..
In Haiti we call this "Lam" or "Lam Veritable" we eat it many ways, we fry it like a fried plantain, mash it up like mashed potatoes we call it "Tomtom or Fufu" when mashed. My personal favorite of eating is making it into a shake. You boil the fruit with some cinnamon sticks, when soft put in a blender, add a banana, vanilla extract, carnation milk, sugar, ice and blend until thick and juicy!