What is the best tasting lesser known fruit

Little ABC of exotic fruits

Exotic fruits from A to Z

A. how A.nanas
This fruit convinces with its sweet and sour taste and its enzymes that stimulate fat burning. The pineapple is perfect when it smells aromatic, has firm flesh and the stalk does not have any rotten spots.

B. how B.abaco
This fruit is seldom found on the fruit shelves because it is still relatively unknown. The pentagonal fruit has a light, seedless and juicy flesh, which tastes rather sour. The Babaco has a protein-splitting effect, which neutralizes the stomach acid and has a digestive effect.

C. how C.herimoya
This exotic fruit is best enjoyed straight. The tender flesh of the cherimoya tastes like a mixture of banana and vanilla. The fruits are easy to digest and contain a lot of glucose, calcium, phosphorus, vitamins c, B1 and B2.

D. how D.saddle
The up to 3 cm large fruits are thick-fleshed and have an elongated core. They taste like honey and have a healing effect on respiratory and nervous diseases as well as anemia. We usually offer the dates dried.

E. how eine carambola
The carambola is also known as star fruit. Their distinctive appearance makes them unique. The crunchy, juicy jasmine-scented pulp tastes like a mixture of quince, gooseberries and apples. The star fruit is rich in vitamins A and C, as well as calcium and magnesium.

F. how F.own
The pear-like fruit hides the soft, sweet and juicy flesh under the green to dark purple skin. Thanks to its ingredients, the fig has a blood-purifying and digestive effect. The peel of the fig can also be eaten if it is not too hard.

G how Grenadilla
The fruit, the size of a chicken egg, has a smooth, dry and rather woody skin that looks speckled with orange-yellow. The interior of the grenadilla is yellow-white, jelly-like with numerous green edible seeds and can be spooned. The sweet and sour taste is reminiscent of gooseberries. The high proportion of vitamin C, B vitamins, calcium, potassium and iron make the fruit very healthy.


H how Hhoneydew melon
The bright yellow fruit has a high water content and few calories. The delicious, sweet pulp and the inedible kernels sit under the peel. The pulp is rich in provitamin A, vitamins B1 and B2 and vitamin C. The fruit also contains numerous minerals such as potassium, calcium, iron, sodium, magnesium and phosphorus.


I. how I.inside of an avocado
The avocado is elongated, pear-sized and has a large brown-black core. The edible pulp is under the dark green to black leather-like skin with a warty surface. It has a nutty taste and is high in potassium, calcium, iron and unsaturated fatty acids.

J how Jcrop
A jackfruit can weigh between 10 and 40 kg. Their skin is yellowish green and gives off an unpleasant odor. A jackfruit contains several pigeon-sized, hexagonal individual fruits, each with 2-3 large, brown kernels. Only the fibrous, very juicy and sweet-tasting pulp is edible, which has a slightly floating and laxative effect.

K how Kumquat
The fruit, known colloquially as the dwarf orange, has an elongated oval shape that can be up to 4 cm long. The golden to orange-yellow peel has small pores and can be eaten with. The spicy, slightly sour tasting kumquat contains provitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and potassium.

L. how L.itschi
The small, spherical fruit hides a jelly-like and juicy pulp and a brown core under its ocher-pink, thin and brittle skin. The pulp tastes deliciously sweet and sour and smells of nutmeg and roses. The fruits are high in vitamin C.

M. how M.ango
The mango is a very popular fruit. It contains iron, vitamin C, calcium and a lot of provitamin A. You cannot recognize a ripe mango by its color but by its aromatic scent and its slightly leathery skin. This should yield a little when you apply gentle pressure.

N how Nashi
Known as the apple pear, the fruit has a light, smooth skin and core. The pulp of the Nashi is light and has a juicy taste of both pear and apple. It contains provitamin A, vitamin C, B vitamins, potassium, iron, various fruit acids and pectin.

O how OEat without a shell: pomelo
This relatively new fruit is a cross between grapefruit and orange. The large fruits have to be peeled, and the skin has to be removed from the fruit segments. Only then can you enjoy the delicious pulp, which contains many vitamins and numerous nutrients.

P. how P.itahaya
This fruit already impresses with its appearance and is therefore also called dragon fruit. The fruits, which are often pink to pink in color, have a white pulp with black seeds. This can be spooned on its own and is very healthy as it contains a lot of calcium, iron and phosphorus.

Q how qDon't eat me: passion fruit?
The small, spherical, dark purple fruit is only ripe when the leathery fruit skin looks wrinkled. Then you can cut the fruit in half and scoop it out. The pulp and the numerous seeds have a slightly sour taste and are reminiscent of raspberries. The passion fruit is rich in vitamins C, B12, calcium and iron. It is said to have a calming effect.

R. how R.giant papaya
The papaya is also known as the tree melon and has a greenish fruit skin that turns yellow to orange-red with increasing ripeness. The inside of the fruit is delicious pulp, which tastes like a mixture of woodruff, raspberries and apricots, and spherical black seeds that should not be eaten. The papaya is rich in provitamin A, vitamins C and E as well as B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium and calcium.

S. how S.haron
The Sharon looks like a persimmon. The fruits differ in that the persimmon contains seeds, but the Sharon is seedless. The cut-resistant pulp tastes like apricots and peaches and can be eaten with the skin on. The Sharon is a real vitamin bomb. It contains a lot of vitamin C, provitamin A and calcium as well as other healthy ingredients.

T how Tamarillo
The tamarillo is also called tree tomato and is egg-shaped with a length of up to 10 cm. The smooth red-brown orange skin hides the yellow to red colored, jelly-like pulp with many edible seeds. You can spoon the slightly sweet to slightly bitter pulp after you have halved the fruit. The tamarillo is rich in vitamin C, provitamin A, folic acid as well as iron, calcium, phosphorus and magnesium.

U how Ugli
This fruit is a cross between tangarine, orange and grapefriut. You have to free the tangerine-like greenish-yellowish fruit from its thick, wrinkled skin. The fruit segments have a juicy yellow to orange pulp, which tastes sweet and tart and unique.

V. how vPicked from the pomegranate tree?
The spherical pomegranate has a leather-like golden brown to scarlet red skin. Inside, the fruit is divided into several chambers with hundreds of pips (seeds covered with jelly-like pulp), which are edible. To eat these, the pomegranate can be halved and the seeds spooned out or knocked out. The kernels are rich in vitamin C, potassium, calcium, manganese and iron.

W. how whe knows the guava?
The guava is also known under the name guayaba. The oval, pear-shaped fruit is a berry fruit. Guavas are peeled for consumption. When the seeds are removed, the pulp is ready to be eaten. It tastes sweet and sour, is creamy soft to slimy and smells like a perfume.

X and Y how nothing?

Z how zat the end of the curuba?
The curuba looks a lot like a banana. The oval, approximately 20 cm long fruit has a thick, firm skin. The jelly-like orange-yellow pulp tastes sour and aromatic and is reminiscent of the taste of an apple. After you've cut the fruit in half, the pulp can simply be spooned out. The Curuba contains a lot of vitamins A and C and is very low in calories.


(Sources: http://www.livingathome.de/kochen-fiegen/kuechenwissen/1294-rtkl-obst-im-winter, https://ernaehrungsstudio.nestle.de/wohlfuehlgewicht/bewusstgeniessen/vitamine_im_winter.htm, http: / /www.exotenfrucht.de/obst.php, https://www.issgesund.de/gesundessen/obst/exotischefruechtelexikon/)