Rambutan - 200 Gms
Rambutan is a Wonder Fruit
Nutrition value in Rambutan
It’s not just scrumptious in taste, but it also contains a variety of nutrition values. Rambutan contains vitamin C and Calcium along with a high amount of niacin, protein, fiber and iron. A 100-gram (3.5 oz) of fresh Rambutan pulp serves about 40 milligrams of vitamin C, which is similar to 66% of the daily value (DV) required for vitamins.
How to eat Rambutan
Take the hairy and fully grown piece of Rambutan and peel its furry skin off. You can either part it with a knife or your hands. Once you have unwrapped it, you’ll find the edible part that resembles a peeled grape. While peeling it off the seed, make sure you don’t cut through it. You can eat everything around the seed. The seed usually tastes bitter and is unedible even if it is sweet.
What does Rambutan taste like
The leathery skin of Rambutan is reddish, rarely yellow or orange & is totally covered with flexible spines. It somewhat tastes like a lychee that is sweet and juicy with a milky white, translucent color along with a grape-like & glutinous surface surrounding the internal seed with an almond-like taste. It’s mildly chewy and sweet