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Trinidad & Tobago
noun
Ambarella. An edible fruit growing on large trees up to 30m. The fruits have thick, sometimes leathery skin and dendritic (fibrous or hairy) seeds. While unripe, the flesh is crisp and firm with a tart acidic taste. As it ripens, it turns yellow, becomes soft and develops a sweet taste and fragrant smell. Both ripe and unripe fruits can be eaten raw. It is also often prepared by juicing, stewing with ginger and sugar, pickling with peppers and spices, or made into chow.
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5 comments
US Virgin Islands
US Virgin Islands
Jan
5 years ago

I would eat this.

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
Wendy
4 years ago

We are visiting family in Trinidad and my sister in law made a fabulous dipping sauce for poulori out of pomseetay. So delicious

Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
Susan
3 years ago

This fruit is packed with Vit.C. and other Goodness .It also keeps Covid19 at Bay. I made a Sweet Chilli Stew with the green ones and added some VSOP Brandy and hey presto!!

Cuba
Cuba
Frank García Hernández
last year

the first time I tried it was in Dominica. The juice is delicious

C
C
Camille
8 months ago

Makes the best juice in the world