Clementine may be the proclaimed king of all citrus fruits but there is another one that outshines the it both in taste and smell. We are talking about soursop, the fruit with many names yet unmatched by other fruits.
Cultivated in Belize and other tropical environments, not many people know about this amazing fruit or how it tastes like! Are there even soursop recipes featuring delicious food and drink? Would you try one if there was?
Soursop – a Popular yet Unknown Fruit Taking the Market by the Horns
It’s true not many people know about this delicious fruit, one reason why there are so few U.S. investors taking part in soursop production and export. Tasters of soursop consider fragrance of this fruit as tropical fruity and slightly musky. In taste soursop is definitely sour but accompanied with hints of sweetness!
California based TKO Farms wants people to understand the benefits of this amazing fruit, both economical and culinary!
Following are some ways soursop can be used in food and drink.
Refreshing Mango Soursop Smoothie
This refreshingly delicious smoothie is just what the doctor ordered! Begin your day with a healthy and flavorful combination of sweet and fresh mango with soursop.
Add a creamy and rich texture to the smoothie by mixing in some cottage cheese!
The extra protein boost won’t make you feel bad about the sly addition…
- 4 ounces frozen soursop fruit (pulp)
- ¼ fresh mango – peeled and chopped
- ¾ cup water
- 1 scoop vanilla protein powder
- ½ cup cottage cheese
How to Prepare
Chuck in all ingredients in a blender and turn it on! Pour into a flat bottomed glass and enjoy. You can also add ice as desired although the consistency will be affected.
This recipe will make 1 serving.
Sweet and Tart Soursop Mousse
Fruit-based mousse’s always look and taste the best. Imagine how this mousse will taste, immersed in the sweet and slightly musky taste of the soursop fruit!
Best of all, this sweet dessert features vegan elements for people with lactose intolerance or another such dietary restriction.
Ingredients for the Soursop Mousse
- Vegan meringue
- 1 tablespoon Agar powder
- Pinch of sea salt
- 1 ½ cup + 1 tablespoon soursop pulp, thawed
- 1 cup organic cane sugar
- ½ cup full-fat coconut milk
- 3 tablespoons lemon juice
- 1 tablespoons organic cornstarch dissolved in water (2 tbsp)
Ingredients for the Mango Gel
- 1 teaspoon Agar powder
- 1 cup mango puree
- 1 tablespoon organic cane sugar
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
How to Prepare
It is easy to make this wonderfully tasting mousse once you have gathered and measured all the ingredients. This particular ingredient list makes about 3 servings of the delightful dessert!
Here’re easy to follow instructions for making the sweet and tart soursop mousse. You can add in your twist to the recipe if you wish!
Are you thinking what majority of U.S. investors are also thinking in relation to soursop farming and cultivation? Be the first investor to join hands with California based TKO Farms Inc. with extensive soursop production and export!