Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Kerala fruits: More photos

Junglejack fruit (anjili chakka).
This palm sized fruit is a cousin of jackfruit.

Cashew fruit & nut.

Ambazhanga

Breadfruit.

Passion fruit.

Nutmeg.

Njaval (jamun). Tender fruits are green, and changes
color as they mature. The deep purple one on
the top is fully mature.

Green mangoes on tree.

Ripe mango.

Mangosteen.

Photos from Olavipe by Rejo, me.
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Also see:
Photos: Kerala fruits


6 comments:

RAJI MUTHUKRISHNAN said...

The fruits are so beautifully mouth watering.
Fruits that are non-tropical like strawberry and peaches, cherries and nectarines, may take away our breath with their beautiful colours, but are practically tasteless. When it comes to sweetness and taste, our tropical fruits win hands down.

meera said...

wow,i've never seen some of these fruits here!like,mangosteen,njaval,breadfruit,ambazhanga etc.i loveeeee anjilichakka,and the seeds too. chakka and manga comes first in my list of fruits.
i agree with raji,about the other fruits.it can be beautiful but not as tasty as our fruits.i dont like strawberries,it always gives me allergy.infact i cant stand any berries! only one i can eat is mulberry,i make pies with them:).
thanks for these beautiful tasty pictures:)

Kariyachan said...

A long time ago I had an opportunity to taste wine made of Njaval Pazham. It was really fantastic.

Abraham Tharakan said...

Raji, Meera, thank you for the comments. I agree with you.

Abraham Tharakan said...

Yes, Kariyachan, njaval wine is excellent. Incidentally, a good pickle can be made from the flesh of nutmeg.

Kariyachan said...

Dear AT sir;

Yes, I forgot to mention about the 'Jathicka Achar'( made from the flesh of nutmeg). It is also one of my favorite and is a real treat.