Cocona is a tropical citrus fruit native to the Peruvian Amazon region. It is considered being the "Amazon Tomato" often prepared with aji and mixed with salads.
Coconas are in size and shape a little bit like a bell pepper, and their colors vary from yellow to red with a taste between a lime and a tomato. Cocona is often used to make sauces accompanying anticuchos or fish soups. Great are also juices, jams and dessert made of this fruit.