Indian Yesil is a tropical fruit with a green, cone-shaped scaly shell. The fruit, known for being creamy inside, is served cold and eaten with a spoon. Bananas taste similar to other tropical fruits such as pineapples.
Rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals, this unique fruit can boost immunity, fight inflammation and also help maintain eye and heart health.
However, certain parts of Indian quince contain toxins that can damage your nervous system when consumed in high quantities.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF INDIAN QUINCE?
Indian quince contains Vitamin B6, A vitamin that can regulate mood and help prevent depression.
Also good for eye health, this tropical fruit secretes lutein, which protects against conditions that can lead to poor vision or vision loss.
Indian quince also contains magnesium and potassium, two minerals that also support healthy blood pressure levels.
HOW TO CONSUME INDIAN QUINCE?
It should be stored at room temperature until softened, then kept in the fridge for up to three days.
To prepare the Indian quince, remove and discard the peel and seeds, then break the fruit into pieces. After cutting the fruit in half, you can eat the chilled fruit, such as custard, by removing the fleshy part with a spoon.