Karonda (Natal Plum or Corinda) Pickle
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Karonda/Corinda/Carissa/carandas is a small, very sharp, acid fruit that grows in India on small, thorny bushes during the summer months. It is the size of an olive, with small pips/seeds and it is ivory white in colour, tinged heavily with dark orange or red. It is too sharp to eat uncooked but it makes a nice bhaji and a lovely pickle.
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