Must-Try Soursop Recipes That Are not Tea

Must-Try Soursop Recipes That Aren’t Tea

Ever heard of a fruit called soursop? Well, if you haven’t, it is time that you do! You may think it has an abrasive appearance but it actually tastes delicious, not to forget the pretty stellar nutrition profile. The fruit comes with a lot of seeds, so, it may be inconvenient to eat on the go or with people around. How about a glass of refreshing soursop sorbet or smoothie? And nobody is stopping you from enjoying some soursop margarita! Before trying all these amazing drinks, the one thing you need to do is order fresh soursop or frozen pulp. For soursop fruit online purchase, shop at our website. Now, let’s look at some simple recipes for soursop drinks that will quench your thirst and leave you wanting more!

Soursop sorbet 

The preparation needs three cups of fresh soursop pulp, one and a half cup water, half a cup sugar, a tablespoon of lime juice (freshly squeezed), and a pinch of salt.

Put the pulp in your food processor and pulse to separate the juicy bits and the seeds. Pulsing will help remove the seeds. Have a sieve set ready over a large bowl for scraping the pulp. Push through as much pulp as possible. If some pieces remain, add them directly to the strained pulp. Add the sugar and break up the fruit nicely. Now, mix with lime juice, water, and salt. Place in an airtight container and refrigerate overnight. If you can’t wait that long, let it sit for at least two hours. Pour the content into an ice cream machine and churn till the sorbet becomes thick. That should be about 25 minutes. Let it harden for 2-3 hours in the freezer and enjoy it!

Soursop ginger-lime smoothie 

The citrus flavor and a hint of creaminess that soursop has make it perfect for a delicious smoothie. You would need ripe soursop or pulp, 2-3 cups of water, almond, hemp, or coconut milk, a tablespoon of grated ginger, a tablespoon of lime juice, a tablespoon of nutmeg, and organic vanilla extract.

To save yourself from peeling the fruit, we recommend using pulp. Put the pulp in a mixing bowl and remove the seeds. Put it in a blender and add about 2 cups of almond milk (or the liquid of your choice). Blend till you get a smooth texture. If you want a thinner consistency, add some more liquid. Mix lime juice, nutmeg, and vanilla extract and blend one last time. Serve chilled and drink to your health!

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