Growing up in a tropical country, I was surrounded with a lot of lovely fruits from my grandfather´s garden. My grandfather, back to the time when his health was better, used to do a lot of gardening. His old house, about 25km north of
I remember my grandparents had two or three big pomelo trees. Two trees gave the normal white flesh. The other one gave fruits with pink flesh which had incredible taste, juicy and lightly tart. It was so good, I couldn´t forget the taste! Some of you might not have pomelo before. Here is some information. Pomelo belongs to the citrus family, and it is very similar to grapefruit. It is, however, sweeter and normally less juicy. Native to
Pomelo is loved throughout
At this time of the year, some Asian groceries in
Sorry I don´t have an extract recipe for this Pomelo & Prawn Salad. But it was very simple. The dressing was made of lime juice, sugar and a bit of fish sauce. The herbs used were coriander, Vietnamese mint (laksa leaves). I garnished the salad with fried shallot flakes and toasted pine nuts (peanuts are more traditional).
This post is my entry for Weekend Herb Blogging. Founded by Kalyn, WHB is going strong every week with lots of herbs and delicious food. This week, it is hosted by Anna of Morsels & Musings. Head to her blog for a fantastic round up later!