Ovoid green fruit that grows in bunches on trees up to 30m high. The fruit typically ripen during the summer. The fruit is related to the lychee
and have tight, thin but rigid skins. Inside the skin is the tart, tangy, or sweet pulp of the fruit covering a large seed. The pulp is usually cream or orange coloured.
i want a kenep/chenet/guinep/skinip/ :P
in Aruba (and Bonaire and Curacao) it is called 'kenepa'
Just visiting from Ottawa, Canada. Had my first taste of a guinep the other day. I am hooked. Had dreams of them prior to coming here. Guineps rule!
This is called chenet in Trinidad and Tobago.
Are there any recipes using this fruit?
This is called Kenepa in Curacao
This is called ackee in St. Lucia
Called skin up in grenada
Lived in St Lucia in 1970's and loved them. We called them guineps.
And in Bimshire, we call them ackees
One recipe I know for this is "chenet chow" in a large bowl place a few bunches of peeled chenet/kenepa/guinep, add salt and black pepper to taste, add one peg of freshly ground or crushed garlic, mix well, place in the refrigerator for 20 minuets then serve
In Jamaica, this in called guinep.
In Belize English specking people call them quinep and spanish speaking people call them waya.
They are also called guineps in the Cayman Islands. Just gave one to my coworker who is form the UK to try. It was his first one :D and he's been here 7 years :o. Also I thought lychee tasted like guinep and am happy to know they are related.
In anguilla this is called, Guineps
IN JAMAICA ITS CALLED A GUINEP
What is guniep in eastern Caribbean
In The Bahamas this is call a guinep
In Jamaica it is called Guinep and it tastes so good wen they are sweet and can easily come off the seed
In Grenada we call it skin up
I hear guniep is good for diabetis
Guinep in Antigua and Barbuda
Guinep soaked in rum tastes amazing
me encantan los quenèpas!!
In Dominica these are called kenep.
It name guinea inna jamaica
En Venezuela se llama mamón.
Love guineps! Have them when coming to Jamaica in the fall....like August time frame. Ummmmmm!
Tried them this morning for the first time - love them - I too am hooked!
That’s not guinep that’s chennet
i never seen this before??
Guinep/Ginep in GT. Most Guyanese would taste and buy this hay 😂😂😂😂😂. We would peel it then put it inna bag with pepper and salt an rub it in 😋😋😋😋.
In Venezuela they’re called mamones
Guinea, lovely , when ripe flesh move from the seed just as it enter your mouth
In Haiti there is a lot of those to
In st Vincent these are called akee