Madd fruit grows on a vine in the African savannahs and takes over a year before being ready to harvest.
They are picked after the first rains of the season, in April and May.
The orange to brown coloured fruit has a hard spherical shell that contains seeds which are coated with a soft and juicy
The flavour is simultaneously tart and sweet.
Pulp of madd (saba senegalensis), sugar, water, salt.
Also known as
Zaban (in Bambara and Dioula), malombo makalakonki (in the Congo Basin), madd (in Wolof), weda (in Moore)
or cocota (Ivory Coast), « mkonkar » ( in Manjak).
Ready to eat. The seeds are discarded.
The pulp can be eaten neat or used to make juice.
Refrigerate after opening
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