Many fruits are grown in the monsoon season, but some popular ones in India are Litchis, Jamun, Peaches, Plums, and Papayas.
Juicy and sweet with red or pink skin, white flesh, and black seeds. Litchis are eaten fresh or used in smoothies, juices, or desserts. They include water, fibre, antioxidants, and vitamin C.
Jamun, or Indian blackberry, has a dark purple and sour flavour. It contains significant amounts of calcium, magnesium, potassium, fibre, and vitamins A and B. You can consume it uncooked or make a sherbet, jam, or vinegar.
Including fibre and vitamins A, C, E, and K and potassium, peaches can be used to make pies or pastries and can be eaten raw.
Enjoyed fresh or as jam, juice, or wine, plums have a sweet and sour taste and a firm texture. Moreover, these round, smooth fruits with red or purple skin contain vitamins C, K, and A, antioxidants, fibre, and iron.
Papayas are huge, oval fruits with orange flesh and black seeds with either green or yellow skin. They are a good source of enzymes, folate, fibre, and vitamins C, A, and E. Use them in smoothies, salads, or halwa.