12. Langsat Langsat is an egg-shaped fruit, about 5 centimeters in diameter, usually found in clusters of two to thirty fruits. The firm, translucent flesh is covered by a brown, leathery skin and has an acidic taste, resembling a grapefruit, but riper ones are quite sweet. It originated in Malaysia, but over time it has spread in the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand and India. It was also successfully introduced in Hawaii in the early 1900s.
Sugar Apple While called an apple, this fruit looks more like a raspberry because of it’s lumpy outer shell. Inside, sugar apples have a sweet yellowish flesh that has the texture and taste of custard. In fact, another name for the sugar apple is custard apple. This fruit is popular in Southern Asia, although it is native to the Americas. Growers in Taiwan combined it with a cherimoya to make the atemoya.
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18. Santol Santol look like overgrown apples but don’t share their flavor. They are some of the most popular fruits in the Philippines, the kids especially love them, but the fruit is native to Malaysia and former Indochina. Santol is often referred to as the “lolly fruit” due to the fact that you have to suck the flesh of the seed because it’s very strongly attached to it. It has a very sweet flavor and it is used to make delicious marmalade, very popular in markets around Europe and the…