Yellow Jackfruit In Syrup
Yellow jackfruit in syrup is a popular tropical fruit product commonly found in Southeast Asia. It is made by cooking ripe jackfruit pieces in sugar syrup until they absorb the syrup and turn yellow.
Jackfruit is a large fruit with thick, spiky skin and a fleshy, fibrous interior that can be eaten ripe or unripe. When cooked in syrup, the ripe jackfruit pieces become soft and tender with a sweet flavour that is similar to pineapple.
Yellow jackfruit in syrup can be taken on its own as a sweet snack, or used as a topping for ice cream or other desserts. It can also be added to savoury dishes to add a touch of sweetness.
Yellow jackfruit is a good source of fibre and vitamins, including vitamin C and potassium.
Water, Jackfruit, Sugar, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid