The pomelo is a natural citrus fruit, similar in appearance to a large grapefruit, native to South and Southeast Asia. The color of its skin ranges from light green to yellow, with a thick pith that protects its flesh. The flesh of the pomelo also differs in color, depending on the variety. Their color ranges from white to rose-red. As for the taste, some people say that pomelos taste like grapefruit, but without the tartness. It actually has a sweeter flavor than other citruses.
You can eat pomelos fresh or make them into juice. If you want to eat pomelo fresh, cut into sections or cut it in half and with a spoon, scoop out. You can use pomelos to make jams, or add to chicken and fish dishes. Also, you can add them in tropical salads. Pomelo taste becomes bitter when it's heated so it's better to add it when the cooking is near the end.
Store in a cool, dry place or in the refrigerator.
2 cups cold water
5 cups sugar