Salak fruit's scaly exterior belies its sweet, tart taste

09/5/2013 | PARADE


The salak fruit, a fig-sized fruit that grows in Indonesia, Brunei and Malaysia, is also called snakefruit because of its reddish brown scaly skin. The white pulp is both sweet and tart and can be eaten raw, dried, pickled or fried.

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