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Tasty Exotic Fruit Rambutan Salad


The husband went to Hanoi in Vietnam and came home bragging about a tropical fruit, which tastes heavenly and has lots of thread-like structures on the outside. On our weekly shopping, we found that the name of the fruit was Rambutan.  

This delicious tropical fruit is a native of Malay- Indonesian region. Inside it has a soft jelly-like white flesh surrounding a single seed. It tastes like lychees.


Rambutan is good for the skin, nourishes your hair, it boosts the immune system, removes unwanted fat and boosts energy. It is used for treating dysentery.

This gem from the east can be made into a salad.

Preparation

Split open the fruit

Add salt and freshly ground black pepper


Enjoy!

Take care
Swarnam

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