Enter the Dragon Fruit: 5 Easy Recipes

Enter the Dragon Fruit: 5 Easy Recipes

After Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani announced the state’s decision to accord the rather precious title of ‘kamalam’ to the nefarious dragon fruit that has only of late reached Indian shores, a memefest on Twitter was kicked up in tribute to this timely act of shoring up of the country’s defences. In the lead-up to the country’s 72nd Republic Day, an early parade of reactions seen on Twitter was thus:

Throwback to Game of Thrones when Daenerys bought a big Kamalam pic.twitter.com/yg0SSOBDgi

— Amil Bhatnagar (@AmilwithanL) January 20, 2021

Gujarat Government renames dragon fruit as ‘Kamalam’ 🤦 #dragonfruit #india #gujarat #indians pic.twitter.com/EhTgXgmTjM

— PENCILASHAN (@pencilashan) January 20, 2021

We decided to do our bit, too, and bring you five quick recipes you can whip up using the dragon fruit, which is also known as the pitaya, and has its origins in Mexico and Central America. It’s low-calorie and packed with antioxidants, and there’s every reason for you to be including the fruit with a spiky-scaly peel, in your diet.

Smoothie Just like kiwis, mangos and bananas, the dragon fruit is a pulpy fruit, so the easiest thing you’ll fix with one is a really healthy smoothie. Take:

One banana 

One kiwi

Half a dragon fruit, peeled (full if you want a flavour that overpowers the banana)

2-3 strawberries 

A pinch of kosher salt

1/4 cup coconut or almond milk

Put everything in a bullet blender and let it rip until the consistency is smooth. Drink up immediately. 


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