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Sunday, April 1, 2012

cross-section of fruits (1)

Tropical Fruits
Malaysia is blessed with many types of fruits. Some are seasonal, like durians, some are all the year round like nangka and jambu. The skin could be unsightly, but the inside is beautiful, and most has symmetrical arrangement. Most tropical fruits are exquisite in taste.


Durian
(from duriansite.com) 

manggis or mangosteen
(from mesmerizingmalaysia.blogspot.com )

rambutan
(from newasiancuisine.com )

nangka or jackfruit
from httpagromedia.mardi.gov.my)

coconut
(from epicureandigest.com) 

Dragon Fruit
visualphotos.com

jambu batu merah
from picisan-kuliketip.blogspot.com

Jambu Besar
from sweet-ladybird.blogspot.com

Ara
(kawoela.wordpress.com)


bangchik and kakdah
johor

17 comments:

  1. Yum, I love tropical foods and the climate! I remember eating durian as a kid in the Philippines. I like coconut not only to eat but the scent in lotion. Now I'm thinking of vacation, thanks for sharing!

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  2. All the fruits look so tempting due to your excellent photo shot!
    Are you growing any in your garden?

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    1. no tropical fruits in my garden.... cant afford to wait 5 years to taste the first fruit.

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  4. Of all the pics, I miss young jackfruit the most! My mom used to cook lemak udang with young jackfruit from our tree! Sedapnya with sambal belacan, has been decades since I last eaten this!

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    1. I remember eating the the large jackfruit seeds, rebus lama-lama and kunyah makan!!

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  5. salam bangchik
    ara/tiin/fig tu sama ke?
    kalau sama ara jenis mana yg boleh dimakan.
    di mana nak dapatkan jenis ni.

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    1. mungkin agaknya... buah ara banyak tumbuh di tepi sungai. Selalu orang ambil buah buat masak lemak atau kari terutamanya masa kenduri kahwin. Ikan pun suka makan buah ara yang jatuh dalam sungai...

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  6. such exotic looking fruit...beautiful colors and shapes! some of these I've never seen before...now I'm curious about how they taste!

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  7. We have figs here??? The last picture is fig right?? I didnt know! Is there anyway I can get my hands on this plant?? So lovely!!!

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    1. it's local ara..... growing along the river sides.

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  8. So interesting and lovely, most are completely new to me.

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