End Of The Week Treat # 3 “Vodka Macerated Rambutans”

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Yesterday  after work I finally was able to enjoy what had been getting ready in my fridge during the past week:
Probably the best dish that includes rambutan 🙂
Lately,  rambutan which used to be pretty exotic around here, have become easily available, but strangely enough, they are still not very popular. That’s actually a good thing, because it keeps the price down, at least for now.
In my opinion, rambutan is one of the best tasting, most beautiful fruits .  They lend them self to a large variety of uses. The following is one of my favorite ways of preparing them.
Peel the fruit, top with your favorite spirit, cover airtight and keep in refrigerator for at least 5 days. When you eat them, either just pick the fruit and use the liquid for something else, or do the “sensible” thing, eat them with a spoon, mixed with the liquid.  Either way, have fun, but please don’t operate heavy machinery after you enjoy these 🙂

Note: My favorite Spirits used to macerate are vodka, dark rum and red wine. Just make sure you use the best quality liquor you can afford, no point of skimping here.
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Cheers !    Life is Good !
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End Of The Week Treat # 3  Vodka Macerated Rambutans

End Of The Week Treat # 3 Vodka Macerated Rambutans

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End Of The Week Treat # 3  Vodka Macerated Rambutans

End Of The Week Treat # 3 Vodka Macerated Rambutans

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End Of The Week Treat # 3  Vodka Macerated Rambutans

End Of The Week Treat # 3 Vodka Macerated Rambutans

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End Of The Week Treat # 3  Vodka Macerated Rambutans

End Of The Week Treat # 3 Vodka Macerated Rambutans

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End Of The Week Treat # 3  Vodka Macerated Rambutans

End Of The Week Treat # 3 Vodka Macerated Rambutans

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8 comments

  1. OMG This is my favorite fruits of all times. I ate them kilo at a time. It’s the fruit I miss the most while living my life away from my home town. I never thought to macerate them with Vodka and Rum though. Now I feel miss out! I normally just pit the seed out with sharp curve small knife that the Thais use for putting fruits and making patterns on the fruits, and chilled them in the fridge. Once the rambutans were waiting to be thoroughly chilled in the fridge, I couldn’t think of anything else until they’re ready to be eaten…haha.

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