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Summer never seems so distant as in these early days of autumn. And then, to fight nostalgia, we turn to exotic fruits of varied in shapes and aromas to bring sunshine into our kitchens.
Here is a list of our favorite exotic fruits suitable for many sweet and savory recipes.
The flavor is halfway between maple syrup and sweet potato: is this not enough to convince you to try "the gold of the Incas"?
Did you know that a single passion fruit contains as much phosphorous as two or three bananas? It has plenty of other health benefits.
Isn't dragonfruit beautiful? This stunning exotic fruit isn't just a pretty decoration for your table - use it in fruit salads and smoothies.
Papain, an enzyme in papaya, helps promote the digestion of proteins. That's why we should eat more papaya.
Yuzu is especially popular in Japanese cuisine. Don't just use the juice, the peel is highly aromatic and makes for a great addition to sauces and baked goods.
The national fruit of Pakistan, guava is rich in antioxidants, vitamins and anti-aging properties.
Jabong fruit, also known as pomelo, is tricky to peel but the flavor is worth all the effort.