Durian is originally from Southeast Asia, and was first known to the expat study Vietnamese in Ho Chi Minh city around 600 years ago. In 19th Century,
The British naturalist Alfred Russel Wallace has described durian’s flesh as “ a warm egg dish with an almond flavor”. Durian can be used to add flavor to many kinds of sweets and savory dishes in Southeast Asian cuisine. Durian seeds can also be eaten when cooked.