Soursop Juice Recipe: Fresh Fruit
Some say this soursop juice recipe is like a combination of pineapple and strawberry incorporating a foundation of a creamy flavor of coconut and banana. You will find that there are various names for this tropical fruit. Throughout South America, it’s referred to as Guanabana, yet within Jamaica it is known as soursop. The flavor is delicious and difficult to describe.
When seeking out a fresh soursop, it needs to be soft, but somewhat firm. It is overripe when it is too squishy. In the event that you are uncertain, inquire with the produce clerk to assist you in choosing the a suitable selection. The recipe below is conventional, yet somewhat sweet.
So should you prefer a lighter version, make note regarding the suggestion below.
Additionally, if you can’t locate the fresh fruit in your area, you can find canned soursop fruit here. Many claim, nothing compares to the taste of chilled soursop juice on ice.
- 1 Ripe Soursop (Graviola / Guanabana)
- 1 Can Condensed Milk
- 1 Tsp Nutmeg
- 2 Tbsp Lime Juice
- 1 Tablespoon Vanilla Extract
- 5 Cups of Water
For sweeter version: Add 2 Tbsp Sugar
Lighter version: Exclude the condensed milk. Instead, sweeten with sugar to taste.
Note: similar to orange juice, few individuals like pulp while others do not. Reference Step 3.
- Peel the soursop. Place the flesh in a mixing bowl and make sure to remove all the seeds.
- Place the fruit into blender; add 3 cups of water and blend into a puree.
- Pour puree into the mixing bowl and add 2 to 3 more cups of water.
- In the event that you prefer a smoother drink, utilize a strainer and additional water to remove fruit pulp.
- Add condensed milk, nutmeg, lime juice and vanilla and stir or blend in a blender.
Serve this soursop juice recipe chilled over ice. Sprinkle a dash of nutmeg to each glass prior to serving.
Add graviola extract to boost graviola intake and potency. This particular extract has 1,000mg of graviola leaves and fruit.
Add rum to make it an alcoholic drink.
If you haven’t had the pleasure of enjoying the soursop, seek it out and enjoy.