Big Cucumber, fruit length 15 cm or more, fruit width more than 2.5 cm, thick flesh, small intestine. For varieties in Thailand, the bark is green to dark green. Especially the part near the fruit pole and the end of the fruit has a light green or white dot There is a white stripe that extends to the tip of the fruit. Foreign species The result will be a uniform dark green color.
Big cucumbers are commonly consumed raw. Slice cucumbers and add to salads or a crudité plate. Marinate the cucumbers in oil, vinegar, and spices and serve with sugar snap peas and mint leaves. Shred big cucumbers into a cheesecloth and squeeze to remove as much moisture as possible and then mix with yogurt and dill for a tatziki sauce. It can also be sliced lengthwise, diced, and added to quinoa or bulgur wheat salad. Big cucumbers pair well with mint, dill, tuna fish, chicken salad, tomatoes, green peppers, and onions. Big cucumbers will keep for a few days when stored in the refrigerator. If only a portion of the Big cucumbers is used, wrap the remaining piece tightly in plastic and store in the refrigerator to prevent dehydration.
Big cucumbers are available year-round.