30 Jun '17, 1am

Have you ever eaten durian with coffee? Check out unique ways to enjoy the King of Fruits

Have you ever eaten durian with coffee? Check out unique ways to enjoy the King of Fruits

GEORGE TOWN: From savouring it on bread to downing it with warm coffee, there are as many ways to enjoy the King of Fruits as there are thorns on a durian. Orchard owner Chang Teik Seng has many tales to share about the quirky ways some people eat it, proving that one man’s durian pulp is another man’s tempoyak (a condiment made from the fermented fruit). “Some people like roasted durian. I suppose they like that burnt aroma,” he said. Others like the durian pulp boiled with green beans. “Then there is durian curry, where the unripe pulp is cooked in spicy gravy and tastes like potatoes. “There is also durian kerabu where the pulp is mixed with sliced chilli and cucumber, and some lime and sugar,” he said. Chang said his customers over the years had come up with all sorts of ways to enjoy the fruit. He spoke of people who ate durian with warm rice, plain bread or crackers....

Full article: http://www.thestar.com.my/news/nation/2017/06/30/unique-w...

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