Tamarillo’s can be hit or miss.
Whether love or hate, one can’t deny that their flavour is rich and intense. The Tamarillo is sweet and sour, bold yet delicate, leaving a clear memory on your palate after consumption.
The strong taste can be compared to kiwifruit, tomato, guava, or passion fruit. They're quite acidic too so sometimes you might need to sprinkle over a little sugar or honey. They're delicious when stewed to, and will sweeten up too when cooked like this.
Eat straight with your favourite teaspoon or stew for a gloriously sharp and fresh topping for a dessert or breakfast.
(1kg is 8 - 12 Tamarillo's)
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