An Asian pear is a fruit from the tree with the scientific name Pyrus pyrifolia. The Asian pear tree is native to Asia and has other names such as the nashi pear, sand pear and apple pear. The fruit has a high water content and a grainy texture compared to the familiar European pear. NutritionData provides nutritional data for Asian pears. An Asia pear typically provides g, or about 4. An Asian pear contains approximately 51 total calories.
Despite having a texture similar to that of apples, Asian pears closely resemble other pear varieties in their nutritional profile. These fruits are high in fiber, low in calories and contain a number of micronutrients that are important for blood, bone and cardiovascular health. Although delicious on their own, the light sweetness and crispy texture of Asian pears makes them a unique addition to any salad or stir fry. One large Asian pear contains calories and only 0.
It is cultivated in minor range in Indonesia, Middle Asia and Philippines. Colors Brown or yellow, reddish-brown Fruit Shapes Pale dots, pyriform-subglobose; Diameter: cm; subglabrous Fruit Flesh colors Creamy white, hard, grainy, crispy, watery Calories 42 Kcal. It is a small to medium sized deciduous tree which has a pome fruit with pale dots and has brown or yellow, reddish-brown color.