See how many of these exotic Asian fruits you’ve tried… See the video of sampling this exotic Asian Fruit platter and learn which ones you can find in your local markets and Costco.
A friend came over for hibachi night and brought this platter of fruit. In fact she brought a couple party food trays, the other was a delicious noodle dish.
She’s an amazing chef and really put so much work into sourcing these asian fruits for this appetizer grazing board.
Some of my favorite asian fruits from this platter:
These are so good, you have to watch this video on them:
Where to buy rambutan in stores
There are so many tasty exotic fruits from Asia to try, like rambutan above, but luckily you can find some of them at places like Costco… I found these rambutan fruits there.
Others on this list will be available at most Asian markets.
The exotic asian fruit with white flesh like pods inside.
These are orange inside with black seeds and are very easy to find in grocery stores.
Always so good.
These were good and I’d describe them as more crisp than I’m used to eating.
I had no idea how much I loved coconut until trying this one. They taste like pure sugar.
There weren’t a lot of citrus fruits, not sure if the season isn’t right, or we’re just not getting them here in Dallas right now.
The ones sampled are all eaten raw in the video, but I bet many would be great in desserts, on ice cream or cooked in various ways.
Are you a foodie, too?
Hey home chefs, hope that you get to try many of these yourself.
See the YouTube video for these tasty Asian exotic fruits on Sip Bite Go’s YouTube channel.
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Meat thermometer recommendations
Every home chef needs a reliable meat thermometer to cook food perfectly.
On Sip Bite Go, you’ll often see me using:
- Meater thermometer – a fancy wireless thermometer that connects to a phone app – gifted to me from a Traeger partnership.
- ThermoPro digital thermometer – which has a wire that connects the thermometer to a display box outside the oven/grill.
It’s like being psychic! The great thing about either of the thermometers above is that I don’t have to take the food out of the oven to know the temperature.
While the meat cooks, it reads the temperature so I know exactly what temp meat is as it’s cooking. Without having to take it out and check. It’s really difficult to overcook food when you know exactly what temp it is inside!