Ka-Thon Loy Kaew (Chilled Santol in scented Syrup)



Ka-Thon Loy Kaew or Chilled Santol in scented Syrup. Is Santol is also knows as ka-thon or wild mangosteen or sandorica. It's a tropical tree that originates in southeast Asia. Santol a Thai fruit, sour and sweet. And slightly astringent. Eat a fresh fruit compote and a spicy curry can also be made ​​in syrup. By the santol boiled in syrup Time is slowly eating with ice break.

Ingredient:
  • 3 over ripe santol fruits 
  • 1 cup Sugar 
  • 2 tbsp salt 
  • 2 cups boiled water 
Preparation:
  1. Mix salt in the boiled water and leave it for cooling down. 
  2. Peel and cut the satol fruits into small pieces, then keep them in salt water for 1 hour. 
  3. Boil the mixture of sugar and water until it is thick as a syrup, then add a little bit of salt to balance the taste. 
  4. Remove the santol from the salty water and put it in the syrup for 1 hour. 
  5. Serve the santol floating in the syrup cool (from refrigerator) or with ground ice.
  

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