A variety of shaddock, called also grape fruit.
The largest citrus fruit, the pomelo has a thick, coarse rind that ranges from greenish to yellow to pink, and pink or pale-yellow segmented flesh. The flavor can be either sweet or slightly tangy. Pomelos can be found in Asian or specialty produce markets in winter; also known as shaddock.
southeastern Asian tree producing large fruits resembling grapefruits
large pear-shaped fruit similar to grapefruit but with coarse dry pulp
A large citrus fruit that has coarse greenish-yellow rind, pale-yellowish flesh, and a sweet, slightly tangy flavor.
is a large fruit that resembles a grapefruit. It tapers slightly at the stem end and has a thick, sweet, slightly rough textured skin, and a dry, semi-sweet flesh.
This citrus fruit has many names, including Chinese grapefruit, pummelo, and shaddock. The fruit resembles a very large grapefruit and is popular in Asia, especially China. Pomelos are available in select markets in the United States.
Also called "shaddock" and "pumello," this large citrus fruit is very similar to large grapefruits, but can weight up to 25 pounds. May be prepared and served any way that grapefruits are prepared and served.
(Also spelled pummelo). Native to South East Asia,...
The pomelo (or Chinese grapefruit, pummelo, pommelo, jabong, or shaddock), Citrus maxima (Merr., Burm. f.), also Citrus grandis (L.), is a citrus fruit, usually a pale green to yellow when ripe, larger than a grapefruit, with sweet flesh and thick spongy rind.