Jackfruit (Ka-noon)

Jackfruit (Ka-noon)

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Huge and sticky, the jack-fruit has concealed within it hundreds of fleshy pieces with a distinctive, sweet taste,. Extracting the segments is always left to the vendor, as it is such a tedious job.

Season: All year


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