More Fruits of Thailand
“For me, food is all about balance. If you eat plenty of fruits, vegetables, and an appropriate amount of poultry, fish, and red meat that are sourced from good places, you’re doing well.” – Curtis Stone
The fruits of Thailand will not be as good and healthy as they are if not for the fertile land, temperate northern climate and industrious fruit farmers. Fruits in Thailand are not only healthy; they are also sold at low prices. They are good source of vitamins and aids in hydration and digestion. Thais are so lucky for having fruit varieties all year round.
Here are more fruits of Thailand that you can also enjoy:
- Jackfruit – It is called Khanoon by Thais. Jackfruit smells distinctly delicious when ripe. The thorny skin is peeled and the edible flesh inside is smoothly textured. It can be cooked when raw.
- Longan- It is called Lam Yai in Thailand. It is abundant in Chiang Mai, Northern Thailand during months of June, July and August. The round brown fruit can be easily squeezed by the fingers to remove the skin. It tastes delicate sweet and juicy.
- Sugar Apple – Also called Noina, this bulgy yellow-green, medium-sized fruit has many black seeds inside. The pulp tastes so sweet with a knobby texture.
- Sapodilla- Referred as Lamut, it looks dull from the outside but this fruit tastes refreshing. Peel away the soft skin and then enjoy the soft sweet flavor of honey of its flesh.
These are several fruits with different tangs. You can find them in different varieties as well.
- Fruits of Thailand (bangkokbeyond.com)