Dragon fruit is an oval shape, 10-12 cm in diameter, red or yellow in appearance, with green rounded triangular fronds, white, red or yellow pulp, and black seeds. It has a unique taste and is liked by many people.
Dragon fruit is rich in nutrients and has unique functions. It contains vegetable albumin and anthocyanins, which are rare in general plants, rich in vitamins and water-soluble dietary fiber. Dragon fruit is a cool fruit. In its natural state, the fruit ripens in summer and autumn, and is sweet and juicy.
Dragon fruit has the effect of promoting eye health, preventing anemia, lowering blood lipids, lowering cholesterol, and preventing constipation. Dragon fruit juice has shown positive effects on tumor growth, virus and immune response suppression. Dragon fruit is rich in nutrients and contains nutrients such as vitamin B, calcium and dietary fiber. Dragon fruit, especially for people with high blood pressure, diabetes, high uric acid and poor dripping. Dragon fruit should not be stored in the refrigerator. It is recommended to buy it now, or store it in a cool and ventilated place.
Dragon fruit is a tropical and subtropical fruit. It grows rapidly in a warm, humid and well-lit environment. It should be watered more during open field cultivation in spring and summer to keep its root system in a vigorous growth state. In rainy and rainy weather, it should be drained in time to avoid infection of bacteria and cause rot of stems. Its stems can also grow on rocks, and the plants are extremely wind-resistant, as long as the support is firm, it can resist typhoons. Dragon fruit is resistant to low temperature of 0 °C and high temperature of 40 °C, and the optimum temperature for growth is 25-35 °C. Dragon fruit can adapt to a variety of soils, but neutral soils and weakly acidic soils that contain more humus and retain water and fertilizer are better.
Dragon fruit can be eaten with many fruits and is a good choice for salads. The specific method is to peel the dragon fruit, cut it into small pieces, and eat it in one bite. Put it in a container with other fruits or vegetables, add an appropriate amount of salad dressing, and stir well. Dragon fruit is a bit astringent. When eating, cut the dragon fruit, drizzle it with honey with a spoon and dig it out, you can remove the astringency, or scoop out the pulp of the dragon fruit and stir it with honey to eat. Cut the dragon fruit pulp into thick slices; stir the flour, cornstarch and baking powder with water to form a paste, put the dragon fruit slices in for 10 minutes and set aside. Put oil in a pot and bring to a boil, put the powdered dragon fruit slices into the oil, and pick up when the outside turns yellow.