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Ingredients

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1 Dragon fruit
1 Persimmon
1/2 tsp Pepper powder
14 tsp Chat Masala
To taste Salt

Dragon Fruit Persimmon Chat

  • 10 mins
  • Serves 1
  • Easy

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Dragon fruit was not so easily available in Chennai earlier. Now we do get them in most fruit shops as well as Persimmon which is also called as Japan fruit. Dragon fruit can be used in smoothie, and fruit salads. I added chat masala to this to give that Indian twist.

Dragon fruit persimmon chat

A bowl of this chat does suffice for my breakfast parameters suggested by my dietitian. So this dragon fruit persimmon chat is a breakfast I could eat without any guilt.

Dragon Fruit Persimmon chat

In this fruit chat, The dragon fruit does not have a specific taste, while the persimmon is a little sweetish.Hence the addition of salt, pepper powder , and chat masala gives it a lovely flavour and taste,

This month for A-z Challenge , we had to blog a dish , which uses a main ingredient starting with the alphabet D and this fruit chat is my contribution towards the theme

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Steps

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Cut the pulp of dragon fruit into small cubes. Remove the skin of persimmon and cut into cubes.

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Mix all the ingredients in a bowl and serve chilled

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you get dragon fruit and persimmon both! Where do you live πŸ™‚ because I’ve had them in totally different countries and I love them both and I am sure they taste wonderful together πŸ™‚ I have a persimmon sitting in my fruit basket and tomorrow I’m going to sprinkle it with some spices and eat as chaat! Thank you for the idea πŸ™‚

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you get dragon fruit and persimmon both! Where do you live πŸ™‚ because I’ve had them in totally different countries and I love them both and I am sure they taste wonderful together πŸ™‚ I have a persimmon sitting in my fruit basket and tomorrow I’m going to sprinkle it with some spices and eat as chaat! Thank you for the idea πŸ™‚

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