Persimmons are in season now. There are three kinds at the market right now. The soft, mushy ones are called yun-shi/연시. The crunchy, squat ones are called dahn-gahm/단감. And the conical ones that need to ripen like an avocado are called hong-shi/홍시.
Tip: Persimmons could cause constipation if you eat the lighter colored flesh right beneath the leaf topper. Take a pair of ever-present kitchen shears and snip it away while you’re at the sink or use a knife to remove that part.
Baby enjoys eating yun-shi but certainly can’t eat too many. I used the excess (10 are 3,000W at the neighborhood market) in a banana bread recipe and the result was a scrumptious molten lava persimmon cake.
Molten Lava Persimmon Cake
2 c. flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 c. vegetable oil or butter
1/2 c. brown sugar (no need to halve…
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