An oval, red, tropical fruit.
A large yellow to red, hard, egg-shaped fruit of an evergreen shrub "Cyphomandra betacea" related to the tomato and kiwi fruit and resembling a giant rosehip, grown in tropical and sub-tropical climates. The flesh is somewhat acid but high in vitamin C and the seeds are edible. It is blanched and peeled before eating and may be used in fruit salads, for jam making and has been used for flavoring yoghurt and cheesecake (also called tomarillo, tree tomato)
South American arborescent shrub having pale pink blossoms followed by egg-shaped reddish-brown edible fruit somewhat resembling a tomato in flavor
a South American fruit
A red, egg-shaped tropical fruit that should be eaten cooked as the raw fruit can be quite tart; as a puree, tamarillo makes a good ingredient in ice cream or sorbet and can also be served with poultry or fish.
An egg-shaped, red-skinned South American fruit. more information - recipes
A red, egg-shaped tropical fruit about the size of...