It is known as naranjilla or little orange. Lulo is one of the fruits in Colombia that’s used widely for its rich flavor and high nutritional content.
Lulo is left to ripen for a week so it becomes soft and juicy.
Although mostly eaten raw and salted, this fruit is also commonly used for juicing or made into sauces, jellies and jams.
Lulo’s pulp is also combined with other tropical fruits for ice cream or sorbets. Colombians add it into a popular drink called lulada.