Totally tasty, these exotic fruits have a tender texture and a sweet flavor similar to wild grapes.
Did you know?
Rambutans were first discovered in Southeast Asia, specifically Malay-Indonesia. Its name is derived from the Malaysian word meaning hairy, which based on its exterior, is perfectly fitting.
But how do you eat them?
The actual fruit of the rambutan hides inside the spiny shell. Take a knife, cut the circumference of the exterior and remove it to reveal the fruit within. Be mindful of the large seed which closely resembles the pit of an apricot.