6 responses

  1. momof2
    June 29, 2012

    Your recipes remind me of the food my father used to make for me and my siblings. It brings many good memories. I live in new york city and was wondering where exactly can i buy dragon fruit?

    • Aunt_Clara
      July 3, 2012

      I would guess that farmers' markets are good places to start.

  2. Charles F. Sommers
    July 5, 2012

    Most of the Asian markets here in Nashville, Tennessee stock dragon fruit but it is quite pricey, about $5.00 each. I will probably wait until its popularity brings the price down. When cut open it resembles the fruit of the prickly pear or "tuna." Is there any similarity in the taste?

    • Aunt_Clara
      July 5, 2012

      They look a bit alike inside, but dragon fruit is sweeter and juicier. I am not a fan of prickly pear. My dad loves it though.

  3. Mistress of Spices
    July 7, 2012

    How interesting…had no idea that dragon fruit is common in Central & South America too, but it makes sense. Here in Thailand, we get the white dragon fruit more commonly but the pink ones are available too. This sounds like a great recipe!
    My recent post Kaima idli

  4. CultureChameleon
    October 30, 2012

    I love Dragon fruit. I had it when I went to Asia. They actually carry it in my local supermarket now- Wegmans in Northern VA (US)

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