Dragon Fruit, yellow pitaya , single piece

  • Yellow Dragon fruit has an oblong shape and is slightly smaller in size than the more common red varieties. The fruits measure approximately 10 centimeters long and 7 centimeters wide. Their size depends on climatic conditions and is often categorized into three different size groups. Their thick yellow skin is covered in small knobby protrusions, which when immature displays small spines that will naturally fall off as the fruit matures. Beneath the skin is dense white flesh containing numerous petite, edible black seeds. Yellow Dragon fruit has a crisp, juicy texture and a very sweet, tropical flavor with floral hints and no acidity.

  • Yellow Dragon fruit is typically eaten raw, either straight out of the skin or scooped out and cubed, balled, or sliced. For the best flavor, refrigerate the fruit for 2 hours before preparing it raw. Add to tropical fruit salads or serve alone as a dessert. Yellow Dragon fruit flesh can be pureed and made into a sauce or syrup or added to smoothies and cocktails. Freeze the pureed pulp for sorbet or a granita. Use the flesh to flavor pastries or other baked goods.

  • You can store Yellow Dragon fruit at room temperature to keep for a few days, and if you store it in the refrigerator it will keep for up to a week.

  • Tropical Fruit Salad


    12 strawberries
    2 kiwis
    1/2 dragon fruit
    1/2 mango
    1 tbsp lime or lemon juice


    1. Peel and chop the fruits. Then add them to a large mixing bowl.
    2. Add the lime or lemon juice and stir.
    3. Serve them fresh. Keep leftovers in a sealed container in the fridge for 1 to 2 days.