Profile: India is the home of the evergreen Garcinia indica tree. Its tart fruits are frequently used in curries and dal dishes, among other meals. Garcinia fruits are a unique substitution for tamarind and can be reconstituted and used to smoothies, syrups, and sorbets.
Large, meaty, dark purple exteriors and seedy interiors characterize garcinia fruits. It belongs to the mangosteen family and has been grown for food and utilized industrially for many years. Due to its health benefits, garcinia fruits are also used in Ayurvedic medicine.
The fruit has five to eight big, very oil-content seeds. The fruit's outer, fleshy portion has a particular flavor and is sour. It is frequently used in curries and dal dishes in place of tamarind. The fresh fruit is turned into a cooling beverage in western India. They can be boiled to make syrups or used to smoothies, drinks, and culinary creations to give them a distinctive, sour flavor.
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