To much of a good thing? I think not!
If like me ... you find your self with waaaaaay to many star fruit on hand right now you may want to go Here <-- to get the recipes listed below.
Of course at my house we'll be leaving out the chicken, beef, pork and duck ... couldn't even bring my self to list the title for Star Fruit and Bologna eeek ... anyone know what's in that stuff anyway? You'll find ...
Star Fruit Avocado Salad * Star Fruit Bread * Broiled Star Fruit over Vanilla Frozen Yogurt * Star Fruit Chicken Rice * Star Fruit Chicken Salad * Star Fruit Upside Down Cake * Star Fruit Cocktail * Star Fruit Fruit Salad * Sweet Star Fruit Relish * Avocado, Star Fruit and Wilted Spinach Salad * Star Fruit Sampler with Cranberry Coulis * Star Fruit Soup * Tropical Fruit Salad * Star Fruit and Ginger Drink * Fruit Salad Vinaigrette * Star Fruit Lobster Salad * Down Island Salsa * Shrimp and Star Fruit Salad * Chicken Star Fruit Stir Fry * Star Fruit Chutney * Tropical Fruit Napoleons * Marinated Sour Shrimp * Grilled Tuna and Star Fruit Salad * Butterhead and Mesclun Salad w/Grilled Star Fruit and Edible Flowers * Star Fruit Mui * Grilled Chicken and Star Fruit * Art Deco Salad * Duckling with Star Fruit Sauce * Star Fruit Salad with Raspberry Vinaigrette * Fruit Exotica * Vietnamese Grilled Steak Wraps * Grilled Lemongrass Prawns * Pork Scaloppinis with Star Fruit * Lemony Star Fruit Kuchen * Baked Fish Fillets With Star Fruit * Star Fruit Steak *
OK, Ill stop now, I'm starting to feel like Ol' Bubba on Forrest Gump ... you know the guy with all the shrimp ... lol. Maybe you live somewhere tropical enough to grow these yourself or maybe like me, you have friends like Aubrey and Cynthia that grow star fruit and other exotic fruit in there backyard and they share :-)
If you have no idea what a star fruit is let me just say that they are a pleasure both to the taste and to the eye. They are a mild fruit and have a sweet but lemony taste, they have the texture of a not so overripe plum. Because of there shape these fruit look like little stars when they are sliced and that's how they got the name. If you've never tried them ... I would highly recommend that you do:-)
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