Asian Palmyra Palm (Toddy Palm)

Asian Palmyra Palm (Toddy Palm)Have you tried this fruit? I am sure you have seen it atleast if not eaten it... I didn't know the name of this, which Rajesh and Anand prompty updated me through comments. Thanks to them.

Add a comment to tell us what this fruit is called in your local language.. ( ಕನ್ನಡದಲ್ಲಿ- at least ಕರಾವಳಿ
ಭಾಗದಲ್ಲಿ ಹನೆ ಬೊ೦ಡ ಅ೦ತ ಕರೀತಾರೆ, if I
am not mistaken (ಹನೆ- ಮರದ ಹೆಸರು,
ಬೊ೦ಡ- ಸ್ವಲ್ಪ ಎಳನೀರಿನ೦ತೆ ಇರುವುದರಿ೦ದ))

Not sure if anyone makes juice out of it... Haven't seen any juice shops experimenting that, though I am sure this thing makes a good juice..

In my childhood I remember getting 3 fruits (3 fruits * 3 pieces) for Re 1.. Currently they are being sold at around Rs 4-5 per fruit (3 pieces)...
Asian Palmyra Palm (Toddy Palm)Below photo shows the tree on which this fruit grows... A kind of palm tree...

Asian Palmyra Palm (Toddy Palm) TreeMay 2009 update: This is getting expensive- was costing Rs 5 an year back for a unit (3 eyes), now costs Rs 10 in Bengaluru. In Chennai 5 eyes (about 2 units) cost Rs 10 currently

12 comments:

  1. The Brits call it Ice-Apple.

    It's the fruit of the Asian Palmyra Palm, also known as the Toddy Palm. Got it by going to the Wikipedia entry on Palm Trees. Here is a direct link.

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  2. Thanks Rajesh and Anand for quick reply and updating me with the name.

    I'll update the post with links and credit

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  3. I hear some hawkers selling it on the street and they call it Thati ningu....

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  4. NIthin,

    In which city? Is that term Tamil or Telugu or some other language?

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  5. Wikipedia link shared by Anand says it is called Nungu in Tamil...

    I guess it must be thati nungu then..

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  6. "Asian Palmyra Palm (Toddy Palm)" is known as TaaLe (TaaLi) mara and fruit is known as TaaLe (TaaLi) bonda in southern area of Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka

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  7. Thanks for sharing that info... I somehow couldn't recall that name while writing this post.

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  8. In Marathi, its called as "taaDagoLe"
    - Yeshwant

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