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Dragon FruitRound, often red colored fruit with prominent scales. The thin rind encloses the large mass of sweetly flavored white or red pulp and small black seeds.
DurianRenowned as the "King of Thai Fruit", durian is a larger green thorny football-sized fruit with a long brown stem, containing rich, sweet, creamy golden flesh.
LonganLongans are very similar to lychees and rambutans. Primarily cultivated in eastern Thailand, longans grow in clusters of small round beige-brown. Inside the flesh is smoky white with a very sweet, rich taste.
LycheeThis popular Chinese fruit is about the size of a walnut, with a bumpy red shell encasing white translucent pulp that's similar in texture to a grape. The flavor is sweet, exotic, and very juicy. Fresh lychee are available from May to July.
Mango (Green Mango)These are sold in addition to ripened mangos.
Mango (Ripe Mango)The mango is one of the most popular fruits in the world. It's sweet and juicy, and it has a wonderful, distinctive flavor.
MangosteenRenowned as the "Queen of Fruits", mangosteen is small, round with a thick purple skin. The hard outer shell is easily sliced open around. The white flesh is succulent and deliciously sweet.
PapayaWith their subtle tropical flavor, papayas are wonderful in fruit salads, puréed fruit drinks, or even shish kabobs.
RambutanThese are similar to lychees and longans, but they're covered with soft spines. The bright red, hairy fruit skin is cut open to reveal white textured and very sweet, delicious flesh.
Star FruitStar fruit have a clean, crisp texture, and they make terrific star-shaped garnishes when sliced. They're also easy to use, since they don't need to be peeled or seeded, and they're slow to discolor. Some varieties are sweet, some are sour.
Sugar AppleThis sweet tropical fruit looks a bit like a small cherimoya. It's great for eating off hand or for making shakes. It's available in the fall, but it's hard to find outside of Florida.
Thai BananaHas a thin golden-yellow skin when ripe. It is eaten fresh or cooked in a light syrup. It is also popular as dried banana, candy, or cake.
Thai GuavaThese bruise easily, so markets usually sell them while they're still hard and green. Most people allow them to ripen at room temperature until they become yellow and very aromatic, then either eat or refrigerate them.