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mathem99    1,576

 

"Delectable!"

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Warly savored this delicious meal!

Really though it looks delicious!

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Owlrus98    423

What ingredients did you use if I may ask? I can see that a lot of effort went into making this dream a reality :)

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MWY    1,957

can I have a piece of this pie plz?

I'm hungry...

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I_Link_I    554
On 5.9.2019 at 2:40 AM, Owlrus98 said:

What ingredients did you use if I may ask? I can see that a lot of effort went into making this dream a reality :)

Propably dragonfruit.

I would imagine its made like other fruitpies but i cant realy tell because i have never made a pie my self.

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G-Forces    104
10 hours ago, I_Link_I said:

Propably dragonfruit.

I would imagine its made like other fruitpies but i cant realy tell because i have never made a pie my self.

It was made pretty much like any other fruit pie

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MWY    1,957
15 hours ago, G-Forces said:

It was made pretty much like any other fruit pie

your making me more hungry, please give me a piece

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GetNerfedOn    3,270

This is inspiring me to make my own variant. Full compliments to this pie, this is evidently well-baked. The pastry looks golden-brown and crusty, and the filling looks as delectable as dragonfruit should :) 

A challenge would be Dragon Chili Salad, but.... the outcome of that remains highly unclear. I don't think the mild-sweet-sourness of Dragonfruit would meld well with spice of any sort :o

 

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MWY    1,957
20 hours ago, Canis said:

TIL dragonfruit is an actual thing.

Yes it is, 
Pitaya_cross_section_ed2.jpg

and I think pies can be made with these.

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G-Forces    104
On 9/11/2019 at 3:54 AM, GetNerfedOn said:

This is inspiring me to make my own variant. Full compliments to this pie, this is evidently well-baked. The pastry looks golden-brown and crusty, and the filling looks as delectable as dragonfruit should :) 

A challenge would be Dragon Chili Salad, but.... the outcome of that remains highly unclear. I don't think the mild-sweet-sourness of Dragonfruit would meld well with spice of any sort :o

 

The dragonfruit i made this pie with tasted like beets, it was wasn't very good.

1 minute ago, MWY said:

Yes it is, 
Pitaya_cross_section_ed2.jpg

and I think pies can be made with these.

The one i used had a red interior.

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minespatch    61,814
2 minutes ago, G-Forces said:

The dragonfruit i made this pie with tasted like beets, it was wasn't very good.

I might recommend using Balsamic Vinegar to spice it up.

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MWY    1,957
1 minute ago, G-Forces said:

The dragonfruit i made this pie with tasted like beets, it was wasn't very good.

The one i used had a red interior.

There are many variants of this fruit, some taste like kiwifruit, others just taste weird.

the red one is the classic one tho since it looks like dragon scales.

Spoiler

Pitaya_Colors.jpg

 

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GetNerfedOn    3,270
4 minutes ago, G-Forces said:

The dragonfruit i made this pie with tasted like beets, it was wasn't very good.

The one i used had a red interior.

Lemme get into detail here:

the dragon fruit you used is similar to the one i grow, with the red interior flesh, Hylocereus costaricensis. I would note that I would prefer this over the white variant, Hylocereus undatus, because the latter one has an thin, sharply sour layer of flesh between the skin and the rest of the fruit's interior.

This, however, is purely personal preference; if you remove the sour layer, the two variants taste alike.

You do need to add some complements to the fruit filling bc dragon fruit is super mild. @minespatch's suggestion of balsamic vinegar may be fine... I suggest honey or some sweetener :)

21 hours ago, Canis said:

TIL dragonfruit is an actual thing.

Shall i send you all my pics n statuses showing a dragonfruit's growth?

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