How To Cook Exotic Fruits And Vegetables (Part Three) - Recipe

Published on: 18/01/2022 | Last Updated: 24/01/2022
How To Cook Exotic Fruits And Vegetables (Part Three) - Recipe

Learn how to cook "Exotic Fruits and Vegetables (Part Three)". Delicious recipe.

We continue with the promised third part, in which we will meet you with more exotic fruits and vegetables .



This is the name of the exotic we start with. The plant is a close relative of broccoli and cauliflower. If you like cabbage, then you will like vegetables. In addition, it is literally packed with antioxidants. Appearing in Italy in the 16th century, its shape is unique and exotic.


Monstera deliciosa

Strange fruit, whose ripe core has an unpleasant pungent odor, but tastes similar to that of pineapple.



The plant is also known as Indian date. It is grown in all countries with tropical climates. It has a hard brown shell, resembling a shell, under which hides a fruit with a sour-sweet tart taste. There are also hard bones.


There is also a green variety of tamarind, which is rich in vitamin A, organic acids and complex sugars.

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