Saturday, May 1, 2010

Harvested June Plum in PA

Today I decided to harvest my dwarf june plum. The total weight of my harvest is 1 lb 7 oz. This taste very similar to the big june plum. The fruit is sour and crisp. The dwarf june plum is not as crisp as the big one but still good. A lot better when eaten with the sauce.





One dip is chillies w/ salt. The other is 2 tbsp sugar + 2 chillies + 3 tsp fish sauce.

Small seeds. Some seeds so small you can eat them too.



7 comments:

Shereen said...

Hi there,
we call this fruit as 'buah kedondong'in Malaysia.Normally,we will pickle it and it's delicious.In recent years,it is popular to blend this and make it into drinks.Add some sugar syrup and put in a sour plum (shin mui / asam boi).It is supposed to be a health drink with a twist.

Brett Sutcliffe said...

Pulm with Asian chill source. Looks really strong tease. I am sure that I wanna try this one.

Zoe said...

Hmm..It has been a while since I had them. We called them "co^'c" right?

tagskie said...

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Mai Le said...

oh man.. that looks so good.

Chalene said...

Hi there,

Where do you order these seeds or plants? I am amazed just by looking at your website..Very cool..

ch3rri said...

Chalene, I got the seeds a while back on ebay. But if you can fine dwarf june plum, you can dry the seeds and plant them. It only takes 1-2 years for fruits.