This is also called chrystophene, hopefully I am correct in my spelling. Names of fruits do vary between the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. Makes a nice stir fry
EwanApr 07, 2016
Chocho!! Thinly peeled and sliced, a must for Saturday soups, beautiful in the traditional curries, even the (seed) stone in the middle is edible. Larger pieces when cooked with yams, cornmeal dumpling, green bananas, sweet potato, Irish potato breadfruit and calaloo.
LennoxJun 11, 2016
In St. Maarten they call this Christophene. I don't quite know how to spell it.
MelissaAug 12, 2016
We call this "Militon" in Haiti. We use it to make Legume. Its also used in our culture to increase a mother's milk supply when breastfeeding.