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TAMARILLO

These tomato-like beauties are native to the northern Andes of South America.

The skin of Tamarillos can be yellow, red, orange, or purple, while it's flesh is often a similar colour to the skin.

And it's flavour varies with the colour, with red varients generally having a tart flavour, while the yellow varieties are typically sweet, having a flavour combination of kiwi or passion fruit and tomato.

They can be eaten raw and cooked, in sweet and savory dishes, making it a perfect ingredient in your kitchen.

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Storage advice

Stored in a plastic bag in your fridge, tamarillos will keep around a week.

Availability

Depends on weather conditions

Country of origin

South America
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