One of my favorite things in the world is a glass of cold chinola (passion fruit) juice. We drink this a lot in the Dominican Republic, and the Dominican restaurant here in Atlanta always has it in stock. Heres a little video I shot earlier this year when my whole family was in the DRand we learned how to make chinola juice. How can the answer be improved?
Passion fruit, or Chinola as it is called in Dominican Republic, is a popular native fruit that is delicious and healthy. It is loaded with vitamin A and C, antioxidants, potassium and fiber.
It is loaded with vitamin A and C, antioxidants, potassium and fiber. In the Dominican Republic it is called chinola. In Colombia and neighboring countries, they say" maracuya. " (This is close to the Portuguese word, " maracuja, " which has an accent on the final" a. " ) Feb 05, 2008 Hello, I'm in my first year of Spanish and my text book and instructor both say the Chinola is a sour orange but all of the Dominican Republic websites say it is a passion fruit.
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Passion fruit or Chinola. This is a climbing plant with shiny eggshaped green fruits that turn yellow when they are ripe. When you cut the fruit open you see a yellow to reddish pulp that is full of black pips.
Passion Fruit. This small yellow fruit, Known in the Dominican Republic as Chinola grows on a vine with exotic, aromatic flowers. These fragrant blooms are made up of thin hairlike petals that are greenishwhite with purple centers. Dominican Spanish is Spanish as spoken in the Dominican Republic; and also among the Dominican diaspora, most of whom live in the United States, chiefly in Spanish fruit names vary wildly across Latin America.
One fruit can go by 10 or more different Spanish names! Dominican Republic Curuba is the largest of the three (longer and more oblong in shape) and for that its officially called banana passion fruit in English.
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Nov 21, 2007 Passion fruit, in the form of juice, is one of my Dominican favourites but off the resort where it is known it as" jugo de chinola". Gregg Report inappropriate content Originally from passionflower, its a climbing plant that we can find in the tropical regions, like west Indies, Africa, Australia, and of course, Dominican Republic.
Like the other fruits, exotics or not, its composed in a great part by water, what makes it a very refreshing fruit. The passion fruit is native to South America, but now grows in many countries. La maracuy es nativa de Sudamrica, pero ahora crece en varios pases del mundo.
DominicanAmericans: What does 'parcha' mean? Update Cancel. ad by Lendio. My mom tells me that Parcha looks a lot like what we call chinola (passion fruit) but it is pink and has a sweet taste while chinola is more acidic in taste.
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