Use the winter fruits wisely

Use the winter fruits wisely

They are market stars every winter and invade the tents. Seasonal fruits indicate the tip of their nose. Remember to cook them and include them in your dessert. This summer, many entrepreneurs are enjoying their creativity while seasonal fruits are available.

In winter, seasonal fruits such as Chinese guava can be used in desserts.
In winter, seasonal fruits such as Chinese guava can be used in desserts.
Rumon Govinduth, Cake Chef at the Shandranich Bichcomber Hotel.
Rumon Govinduth, Cake Chef at the Shandranich Bichcomber Hotel.

Fruits from China or France, guavas, dragons, strawberries, hams, jams, suraps, billiards, carambola, avocados, and citrus fruits are among the most popular fruits on the island. “Chinese guava is rare and expensive this year for around 150 grams per 25 Rs,” said Crapalo Sunghon, president of the Small Planters Association. Dragon fruit sells for 80 Rebels per kilogram, Jamalks sells for 25 Rs per kilo, you have to pay 50 Birr for a cup of raspberry. “For Ham, they are mainly on the beach,” he pointed out. Regarding the unique fruit, Kreepalloo Sunghoon said that he regretted that many of them did not have enough value.

The public also believes that there is a need to raise awareness about timely fruit conservation. “Many Mauritians have fruit trees in their gardens and do not know what to do when they harvest a lot of fruit,” said our correspondent. However, fruit storage in this category is a great way to eat seasonal fruits throughout the year, said chef Ramon Govindut, a pastry chef at the Shandrani Bichcomber Hotel. “If your fruit tree bears a lot of fruit this winter, remember to keep the fruit dry in the sun, especially the balm and star fruit. Fruits containing water cannot be dried. So they can be used to make compost or fruit jelly. We can do crystallization, for example, ”he added.

Every seasonal fruit available this winter can be used in a variety of homemade desserts. Some can be cooked, while others are better with salads. “Guavas can be eaten in China or France, for example in salads, jams, ice cream or sorbet or mousse. Raspberry is ideal for tart, ice cream, jam and even desserts. ”

Cam jam is an ideal fruit to produce.
Cam jam is an ideal fruit to produce.

Ham can be used in jam when it is eaten in a salad. Soursop, according to him, can be used in juice or mousse. “Bilimbis Compost or Jam can be paired with Amandi Tart. Avocados are eaten as a mousse or ice cream and the star fruit is eaten as candy or as a sweetener. “Dragon fruit is ideal for making ice cream or sorbet,” he added.


Match with seasonal fruits

Delphin Duchess Del Cures Made Chinese Guava Jam.
Dell Treatments Delfin Duchene Jam works
guavas from China.

Delphin Duchess’s grandmother’s jam recipe

Delphin Duchess, 45, is the founder of Del Trees, a cake chef focused on making Chinese Guava Jam. It started on the field fifteen years ago.

For about three years, she served Guava jam in bottles, but in the past she has been serving cake filling and Naples. This traditional guava jam was obtained from her grandmother. She works in the winter and then catches up.

“I want to choose Guava from China myself, because a businessman asked me for 150 birr per kilo. This type of jam is declining in the market. ” Its congestion is different from that of the other, as it tries to sift through the Chinese guava and maintain its consistency. Its congestion can be found in an albino or in a store.

Katherine Malepa makes crystals and dried fruits.
Katherine Malepa makes crystals and dried fruits.

Catherine Malepa: Dried or crystal-shaped fruits

Katherine Malepa, 28, is the director of the French and Sons company for more than 25 years. This small “family” business is focused on producing crystallized and dried fruits for sale across the country.

Over the years, the company has been developing and propagating its varieties by offering dried fruits as a snack or as a sweetener or as a decoction. “We do not have many options for winter, as not all fruits can be dried.

We rely primarily on the preparation of carambola and citrus fruits. “We have noticed that there is a shortage of fruit in the market due to the weather and they will continue to be expensive,” she said. For some time now, she has been working full-time. It protects them by drying them out. Katherine Malepa puts her products in supermarkets and exports.

She plays in winter, star fruits and citrus fruits.
She plays in winter, star fruits and citrus fruits.
Surrounded by Double Lee director Isabel Lee Ho, Ryan Lee Fong, co-manager and director of Miley Chan, mochis made from unique fruits.
Surrounded by Double Lee director Isabel Lee Ho, Ryan Lee Fong, co-manager and director of Miley Chan, mochis made from unique fruits.

Isabel Lee Ho Pages- Fruitful Mochis with a unique taste

Isabel Lee Ho is the director of Double Lee, a small business called Mochi. Mochi is made by roasting rice called mochigome. Mochi can be filled with different flavors. In the winter, Isabel Lee Ho offers dragon fruit-flavored fruit flavors like mochi. She recently introduced new flavors and anger to Mauritius who love fruit-filled Mochi. It also offers mochas made from granadine, coconut, mango and even pineapple.

“All of our fruit fillings are fresh fruit that we buy in the market according to the season. That’s what people like. ” She also tries to supply at least two varieties of fruit mochi in mixed boxes. “We want to be able to produce unique fruits. We received guava from China this summer and plan to offer mochi made from these fruits soon.

The dragon fruit-filled mochiis is a unique recipe.
The dragon fruit-filled mochiis is a unique recipe.

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