Batwan is a fruit normally just found in Eastern Visayas and is a traditional souring agent in dishes around those parts. Last time I tasted its fruit was at Pamela Henares’ house in Bacolod and I loved it so much I had to take some seeds home. Now that it’s fruiting here, in Pangasinan, I can’t wait until they’re ready!
It seems like we are going to have a great harvest (one out of the three trees is hitik sa bunga).
Maybe will ask our cook from Bohol to use it for a bangus dish. It’s time to do it the Ilonggo way. After all, Ilonggos, like Kapampangans, are known for their mouthwatering local cuisine.