Guanabana – Soursop

Soursop is a very large fruit found in tropical America. The Soursop skin is dark green and spiny (not prickly), while the meat is white and aromatic. It can be eaten raw when ripe, or in milk shakes, desserts, sherbets, ice creams. Frozen or canned soursop meat may be found in some Supermarkets and in Latin American stores.


2 cups soursop (guanabana) juice
1 cup heavy cream
1/2 cup sugar

Mix soursop and cream. Add sugar, stir well  and freeze to a mush. Remove from freezer, beat well and return to freezer until ready to serve.


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