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Weekend Reads This extraordinary Thai Pomelo salad ensures vacation mood on your tongue

12:51  05 december  2022
12:51  05 december  2022 Source:   merkur.de

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This extraordinary Thai-Pomelo salad provides a vacation mood on your tongue

pomelo = pampel muse x grapefruit

pomelo is my absolute favorite citrus fruit. It grows in Southeast Asia all year round, but has a season with us in winter. The fruit was developed in Israel by crossing the pampel muse and grapefruit and came to Germany for the first time in the mid -1970s. Today the Pomelos sold in Germany are mostly imported from China.

The taste of a Pomelo is unique and an intermediate ending of mandarins, orange, and grapefruit. So not so cute and not so bitter, but still fruity, with a light acidity. The fruits can weigh up to 1 kilogram and it is a small feat of peeling the Pomelo. Because the bowl is very thick and the membrane is bitter, so you really have to remove everything so as not to disturb the enjoyment.

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But it is worth it, especially if you conjure up this delicious Thai Pomelo salad from the fruit.

This is how it works: You need these ingredients for the fruity Pomelo salad

Salad: 1 Pomelo150 G Salatal cucumber, in pencils70 g, in pencils40 g shallots, in fine windows100 g of peanuts, hacked & roasting red chilli pet (at will) coriander (as desired) Dressing: 2 EL Sunflower oil1 EL Peanut oil1 tableled sugar2 tablespoon soy saucefish sauce (at will) 2 tablespoons of lime juice1 clove of garlic, chopped

The salad is quickly and easily prepared:

for the salad: peel the pomelo and divide it into columns. Remove the pulp from the cuticles and pick them into bite -sized pieces. Wash the cucumber and cut into pens. Peel the carrots and also cut into pins. Halve the shallots, peel and cut into thin slices. Roughly chop the peanuts. Wash the coriander, shake dry and pluck leaves from the stems. Core the chilli pepper and cut into fine rings. for the dressing: Mix all the ingredients in a large bowl. Pomelo, cucumber, carrots, shallots, peanuts and at will add chilli pepper and coriander leaves in the bowl and have it mixed with the dressing!

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  Dieser außergewöhnlicher Thai-Pomelo-Salat sorgt für Urlaubsstimmung auf deiner Zunge © provided by Merkur Photo © Simply Tasty

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