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Fruits of Thailand - thaiview.com
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Fruits of Thailand

Pineapple-Thailand
Pineapple (Sap-pa-rod) Thailand boasts the sweetest pineapples in the world, see for yourself
Banana-Thailand
Banana (Kluey) Many types and tastes. Sweet, large and small. Avoid the small squat type in the markets as it is generally used only for cooking.
Carambola-Thailand
Carambola (Ma-fueng) A cidic fruit sometimes used for preserves. Also known as the Chinese gooseberry.
Coconut-Thailand
Coconut (Ma-phrao) Sculpted and served as both, beverage and fruit whilst still young. The meat is soft and tender. A wonderful refresher on a hot day.
Custard Apple-Thailand
Custard Apple (Noi-na) A many segmented fruit with lots of seeds. The segment breaks off easily in the hand.
Durian-Thailand
Durian (Doo-rien) Thailand's fruit characterised by a pungent smell. Like good goat cheese, you acquire a taste for it.
Guava-Thailand
Guava (Fa-rang) White, crisp fruit eaten when young. Best enjoyed with the sugar/spice condiment that is sold with it by vendors.
Jackfruit-Thailand
Jackfruit (ka-noon) Delicious tangy flavour. Large seeds are usually taken out for you leaving the sticky fruit.
Longan-Thailand
Longan (Lam-yai) Thin shelled, clear coloured fruit with large black seeds. Absolutely delicious. One of Thailand's export fruits.
Mango-Thailand
Mango As with many Thai fruits, eaten when not quite ripe. For a desesert that can't be eaten ask for the rype type "Sticky Rice and Mangoes"
Mangosteen-Thailand
Mangosteen (mang-kood) Some say the king Thai fruit. Thick, pulpy shell with whitish pink meat that melts in your mouth.
Orange-Thailand
Orange (som) Small, more the size of a mandarin, but makes for tangy orange juice)
Mimusops-Thailand
Mimusops (La-mood) A Thai favourite. Use a sharp knife to pare off the delicate skin
Papaya-Thailand
Papaya (Ma-la-gaw) Rich, red flesh. Excellent with a few drops of lemon juice squeezed over it or as a breakfast fruit.
Pomelo-Thailand
Pomelo (Som-O) Break off a segment, peeling off any of the thin white inner skin. A treat at any time.
Rambutan-Thailand
Rambutan (Ngaw) Juicy and fuzzy. Peel off the skin and put the whole fruit in your mouth, carefully biting the meat from the woody seed.
Rose Apple-Thailand
Rose Apple (chom-phoo) Succulent and crisp, but with "flowery" texture. Best chilled slightly over ice or in the fridge.
Tamarind-Thailand
Tamarind (Ma-karm) Spicy little fruit in a bean type jacket
Watermelon-Thailand
Watermelon (taeng-mo) Juicy, meaty and bouncy
Zalacca-Thailand
Zalacca (Ra-kam) The spiny case conceals a delicious fruit.