Saturday, February 18, 2012

Artocarpus integer ( Cempedak )

Fruit Warehouse | Artocarpus integer ( Cempedak ) | The large edible arils surrounding the seeds are yellow, orange or green in color. The green skin is thin and leathery, with patterned hexagons That are either flat or raised protuberances like jackfruit skin. Cempedak fruits can also be found and bought in Singapore. The seeds can be boiled and then peeled and eaten. They taste very much like water chestnuts. Some people call the fruit "Jumpy Duck ', or' Jumping Duck '.

Artocarpus integer, known as Chempedak, chempedek or cempedak (pronounced "chem-pe-no"), is a species of tree and its fruit in the family Moraceae. It is native to Southeast Asia (Indonesia), occurring from Indonesia, the Malay Peninsula to the island of New Guinea / Papua. The vigorously growing, medium-sized tree can bear heavy crops of fruit once or twice a year.

The fruit is eaten fresh or processed first. Cempedak pulp, seeds and Their Sometimes once, given the flour, sugar or salt and fried snack made tea or coffee. Seeds can be fried, boiled or baked, before being eaten with a pinch of salt mixture. Young fruit, like young jackfruit, can be used as a vegetable.

In Kalimantan, cempedak Banjarnya tiwadak or language, other than fruit and seeds eaten meat, Their skin can be processed into food called mandai or there is also a call Dami.

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