Top Rated Durian Recipes

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Missy Wombat
Durian - the King of Fruit! From Glenn Tankard's
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V'nut-Beyond Redemption
This recipe came from My Favourite Recipes by Ellice Handy. There are a few flavours of Durian meat - sweet, very sweet, bitter (just not that sweet). Choose the yellow flesh and press on the flesh to check that the flesh is thick (shows that seed is smallish) or you might end up with big seeds with a thin layer of durian meat. Do not choose fresh durian meat that is exuding water. I made this once with 2.5 times the amount of durian meat. It turned out kinda heavy but it was finished in two days. One of those who tasted it said there wasn't enought durian meat. Hah!
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Chichi Wang
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Missy Wombat
From Charmaine Solomon's Encyclopedia of Asian Food, Periplus Editions,1998 I'm always on the lookout for durian recipes and this is a good one.
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lenora
The durian fruit comes into season twice a year and the smell keeps the residents away. One must research to know how to harvest the best of the fruit. The fruit can be purchased in asian market places.
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wongster
This exotic fruit from Southeast Asia is noted for its pungent smell and nutty, slightly sweet flesh. Used as fresh, canned or frozen puree, durian adds subtle flavor to a standard creamy cheesecake baked in a prepared graham cracker crust.
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BestOodles
Durian Ice-cream is sort of childhood passion that combines my families love of ice-cream and sort of the recognized national dessert of Asia. Duran is a giant fruit that grows on trees and comes with a naturally creamy taste of goodness. Like I have previously mentioned it is custard like desert that is really popular in Burma. I see this fruit in the store and there are times, when I will not buy it. They just want too much for it. The durian fruit is the fruit of several different types of tree species. The hard oblong exterior shell can grow to be over 12 inches long and anywhere from 2 to 7 lbs in size. The hard exterior and weight can make the fruit very dangerous as it matures and becomes ready to be picked. Think about coconut hardness at about 3 times the weight and size. Before you make fun of this fruit, please realize that there is a cultural significance in southwest Asia to such a fruit. It popularity has given this fruit a nickname, the king of fruits. It is an important export of Thailand and even there has been a popular TV series made about this fruit. There is even a building in Singapore, which is oddly shaped, named the Esplande, but referred to the durian for its uncanny likeness to the exterior shell of the durian fruit. Sure there is the orange bowl in Florida, but does it actually look similar to an orange. So I recommend that you be like Anthony Bourdain, from his hit show,” No Reservations,” and embrace the custard like fruit. Get past the smell and learn to eat with your taste buds and not with your nose. After all, life is short and it is worth trying new things.
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Chez Jonny
These are fabulous breakfast muffins with an exotic, tropical twist. Tempered with sweet coconut milk and a bit of vanilla, they will easily convert anybody questioning the King of Fruits.
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Chef Joey Z.
This recipe comes courtesy of Patrick Simon another Raw Food Enthusiast. He states that you should use a Vita-Mix blender for this. He says he ate something similar when he was in Thailand. I made this recipe this morning and its setting up in the fridge. I changed a few things in the recipe. I added a tbsp. vanilla extract, 1 tbsp. mesquite flour and 1 tbsp. raw cacao to the oat groats. I processed the oat groats mixture in my food processor. I used a young coconut instead of an old one and I used 18 dates instead of 4. I also put 1 tbsp. maple extract into the date/coconut mixture. The reason why I used so many dates is because the meat of the young coconut isn't anywhere near as dense as the old coconut.
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eCuisine.org
Ingredients1.00 each Durian6.00 oz Butter (3/4 cup)5.00 oz Sugar (2/3 cup)4.00 each Egg; separated6.00 oz Flour (3/4 cup)Preparing: Preheat oven to 350 F. Remove flesh from the durian and discard the seeds. Puree the flesh in a food processor. Beat ...
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (ifood.tv)
Description How to make raw vegan ice cream and chocolate mousse using durian. Ingredients Please see video Directions Please see videoFor more information please visit http://frankferendo.com /
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anon-r1rnyeh5min4@base.google.com (ifood.tv)
Description How to make raw vegan ice cream and chocolate mousse using durian. Ingredients Please see video Directions Please see videoFor more information please visit http://frankferendo.com /
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