Water apple is a delectable tropical fruit mostly available in South East Asia. The fruit is known for its wonderful quality of quenching thirst. It is crisp in texture and bright red when it is ripe. This wonder fruit is a rich source of vitamin C, calcium, fiber, potassium, and magnesium. Some of the other popular names for this fruit are Java Apple, Wax Apple, Rose Apple, Watery Rose Apple fruit, Bell Fruit, and Chambakka or Jambaka fruit.
Water Apple has an abundance of water in it, which makes it a fruit that can quench thirst. The unripe water apple is often used for making jellies, pickles, and syrup, while the unripe green water apple can be eaten raw as a salad by sprinkling salt. They blend well with cucumber, cilantro, chips, tropical fruits, feta cheese, and chili flakes.