It is safe to call Dragon Fruit the king of exotic fruits in India as that has the most amount of production in the nation. Let us take a look at the top exotic fruits below.
Dragon fruit, or pitaya, is a vibrant cactus fruit from Central America. It's packed with vitamin C, antioxidants, benefiting immunity, digestion, and skin. Enjoy it fresh or in various culinary creations.
This one here looks like a sea urchin. But that's not the only feature of rambutans though. Rich in vitamin C and minerals, these fruits taste both sweet and tangy. Enjoy it peeled, raw, or in salads, drinks, and desserts.
Mangosteen has a sweet and sour taste as well, quite delectable. Tastes best in its fresh form or as juice, jam, or sorbet. Not only that, it is also good for your health, having anti cancer properties!
Kiwano, with a green jelly-like pulp and edible seeds is another fruit that you should know about. It's rich in vitamins and minerals, hydrates the body, and can be eaten raw or used in salads and smoothies.
Star fruit, or carambola, is a yellow-green fruit with a star shape when sliced. It's packed with vitamin C, fibre, and antioxidants, benefiting immunity, digestion, and skin health. Enjoy it raw or in juice and jams.
Durian, has creamy yellow flesh and a spikey exterior. It's rich in calories and nutrients like vitamin C, B vitamins, and potassium. Enjoy it fresh or in ice cream and curry.
Persimmon, an orange-red fruit, has a sweet taste and soft flesh. It's packed with fibre, vitamins, and antioxidants. Enjoy it fresh or in desserts like pudding and pie.