ROSE APPLE - 10lbs
Plums are a popular summer fruit and are loved by many. So the use of plums to human health is not well known. Plums are many people’s favorite summer fruits, but not everyone can eat them.
Plums contain many nutrients that are beneficial for the heart, eyes, beauty…
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Rose apple (Syzygium samarangense) is an exotic fruit tree native to Bangladesh, Philippines, India, Malaysia, Samoa, and Indonesia and were spread by explorers to tropical regions around the globe. It is also known as plum rose, water apple, pera de agua, cloud apple, wax apple or malay apple.
Rose apple is a juicy fruit with a sweet flavor and beautiful deep red color. The flesh is white with a spongy and airy weave and a high content of water, making it a favorite summer fruit.
Rose apples are high in fiber, low in fat and “bad” cholesterol. A rose apple has 30 calories, 6.5 grams of sugar, 0.5 grams of protein, and 1 gram of fiber. In addition, the flesh of rose apples is rich in vitamins C and A, calcium, niacin, and iron, all of which help to support digestive and cardiovascular processes as well as beautify women’s complexion.
Rose apples are best suited for both raw and cooked applications but are most commonly consumed fresh, out of hand with the core removed. When consumed raw, they can be served with salt or sugar for added flavor or sliced and added to salads. They can also be sautéed, boiled, and preserved for sauces, or used as a topping that can be served over ice cream, pancakes, and French toast. The rose apples pair well with onions, garlic, chilies, mint, lemon, fennel, sharp cheeses, and greens such as romaine and spinach.
The fruit will keep for a couple of days when stored in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated place.