Recipe: Taiwan Carambola

Home Cooking Recipe: Taiwan Carambola

Notes:

Carambola, also known as the peach and the five constricted, is an evergreen shrub or small tree of the genus Oxalis. It is native to tropical Asia, tropical India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka. The monks are called carambola, which comes from the ocean. The Cantonese include Hong Kong, also known as the peach. Its fruit is about 6-8 cm in diameter and can be eaten. It can be eaten with fruits or ingredients such as salads, western pickles, candied fruit, etc. It tastes like pears. The carambola peel is waxy, smooth and bright, sweet and juicy. Carambola contains a variety of nutrients and contains a large amount of volatile ingredients with a scent. After eating a few slices of star fruit after the tea, you will feel refreshed and have a different flavor.

Ingredients:

Steps:

  1. Home Cooking Recipe: Wash the carambola first, then cut into 1cm thick slices, soak in salt water for 10 to 15 minutes, then simmer the water and eat it. No need to put anything, the original taste is very sweet.

    Wash the carambola first, then cut into 1cm thick slices, soak in salt water for 10 to 15 minutes, then simmer the water and eat it. No need to put anything, the original taste is very sweet.


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