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Chamoe: A must-eat summer melon, Korean yellow melon
There are two fruits that represent summer in Korea: One is watermelon, and the other is chamoe. When you see chamoe start to appear in the markets, it’s a sign that summer is truly here.
how to eat:
The first thing you need to do is peel off the skin. The most important tip for eating chamoe is to keep the innards! That delicate white flesh surrounding the seeds is where most of the sweetness lies. Sonja doesn’t mind eating the seeds but I’m not a huge fan—if you’re like me, then just carefully scrape the seeds out with the tip of your knife, but leave as much of the white segment as possible.
how to store:
Chamoe can be stored over a week in the refrigerator.AED 378.00AED 378.00
It is also known as courgette or zucchini is a summer squash . The dietary fibre in courgettes helps lower cholestrol level. it is usually cooked and presented as a savory dish or accompaniment. Low in calories and boasting a delicate flavour and firm texture, marrows are delicious when sliced and lightly fried in butter or olive oil with garlic or fresh herbs.AED 8.40AED 8.40
Nutari has a midle taste,It’s great sautéed with other vegetables. Neutari contain a lot of water, so often it is first blanched then sautéed in Korean cuisine. Hpw to store: Because of the moisture content of this mushroom, it becomes very stringy and tasteless if you freeze and thaw—so don’t freeze them and keep them in refrigerator wrapped in paper towels. Neutari changes colors and starts losing its aroma and flavor very rapidly, so if you need to keep them for more than two days, blanch and then store in the refrigerator.AED 21.00AED 21.00
This is the most widely used onion. With its a pungent aroma and strong flavour it is a good all-round onion. Onions can be roasted, grilled, pickled, caramelized, battered and deep-fried, sliced thinly or chopped and served raw in salads, sandwiches, dips, or as a garnish.AED 4.20AED 4.20
They are harvested before they are fully ripe and then continue to initially turn yellow and then red if they are left on the plant to mature. They are slightly bitter in taste and crunchy in texture and they never have the sweet aftertaste like red, yellow and orange ones.AED 8.40AED 8.40