They effectively wash away the lingering smell of seafood after picking on them with the hands. Or dip them into dishwashing solutions to produce a lemony fragrance. Enterprising Filipinos have come up with bottled pure kalamansi extract flavored with honey.
Posted by Manila Girl at 4: Most of these exotic fruits are of South American origin and brought here by the West Indies, Spanish or the Americans. These heavenly fruits can be found fresh in the local market for cheap prices.
Some of the fruits mentioned are only available seasonally. Philippine Mangoes - undeniably Philippine mangoes are the sweetest and juiciest in the world.
Recorded in the World Guinness Book of Records as the sweetest fruit. The sweetest mangoes come from the province of Zambales and Guimaras in IloIlo. There is a wide variety of mangoes in the Philippines but the most popular and the sweetest is the "Kalabaw" variety. Locals eat unripe green mangoes with bagoong shrimp paste although this maybe an usually acquired taste.
Green mangoes are great with vodka as cocktails! Rambutan - sweet and juicy when fresh. Rambutan literally means hairy caused by the 'hair' that covers this fruit. Avocado - very refreshing as fruit shake. Try if you can find avocado flavored ice-cream in the local groceries.
Arce is a good brand of local ice cream. They use local fruits as flavor. Avocado is cheap in the Philippines. Lanzones - sweet and succulent little round fruits. The sweetest lanzones come from the province of Camiguin, where they hold an annual festival celebrating the lanzones fruit.
Durian - the king of Tropical fruits found it's way in the Philippines through our neighboring countries. Known for its large size and unique aroma.
Some people regard the durian as fragrant; others find the aroma overpowering and offensive. The 19th-century British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace famously described its flesh as "a rich custard highly flavoured with almonds". The province of Davao in Mindanao is home to durian farms.
Langka Jackfruit - when ripe this fruit is very sweet and has a very aromatic flavor. It also widely used as cooking ingredient for local desserts such as ginataan and turon.Common Tropical Fruits in the Philippines.
Tropical fruits are fruits growing in tropical countries – warm areas with temperate climate.
Since Philippine is a tropical country, a variety of delicious tropical fruits are cultivated here. Here are some of the most common tropical fruits in the Philippines.
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Numerous kinds of fruits grow in abundance in the country. Among the famous Philippine fruits are the delicious lanzones, the "Queen of the Philippine Fruits", the sweet mango the "Czarina of Philippine Fruits", and the nutritious durian, the "King of Jungle Fruits".