Lavalu (Pouteria campechiana) is an evergreen tree native to southern Mexico and cultivated in Asian countries like Sri Lanka for its fruit. It grows up to 10 meters (33 ft) high. The fruit is sweet, with a texture often compared to that of a hard-boiled egg yolk, hence its colloquial name “Egg fruit”. The ripe fruit can be made into jam, marmalade, pancakes, and flour. The ripe flesh is blended with milk and other ingredients to make a shake, and pureed. It is sometimes added to custards or used in making ice cream (Wikipedia)

Ripe Lawalu fruit