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Soursop

 

Sour Sop (Annona muricata) other names Corasol ( French), Guanabana ( Spanish)

I walked intoBelize market in Corozal at 1 pm last weekend and I saw several of the vendor packing up. I was getting ready to throw a tantrum in my mind when I noticed about five sellers still waiting for last minute shoppers like me. Basse Terre market is an open market that is fairly well maintained and you can get most of the tropical fruits and vegetables once there are in season. I got most things I had on my list so I started to leave. As I walked through the gate I looked back and saw these prickly friends from my past being displayed. I could not refuse I just had to buy two of them to make a dish or two. It has been almost  15 years since I had a fresh sour sop and I am not that old. The smell that you get from soursop is really distinctive and pleasant. When I sliced through these this morning I could not resist biting into the almost cotton like flesh flavoured with this popular and powerful tropical flavour.

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So what do you do with these and, where can you get them if you are not in the Caribbean. The soursop is use explicitly for desserts in the Caribbean. In Belize there are road side vendors who make a sort of sorbet with them or ice cream and in Barbados we use to enjoy this on Sunday as dessert  as a beverage called soursop punch. In frequent super markets in North America and Europe many times during the year. I do not really see these at  the popular supermarket chains but you may want to check with your Asian markets and hispanic markets to get them; However I am Working on An Article That Will Depict The Truth ABOUT POOR QUALITY SUPERFOODS IN ASIAN AND HISPANIC MARKETS AND THE DANGERS OF CONSUMING SUCH FRUITS .If the word soursop does not work you can use the other names I stated at the beginning of the article. If anyone is looking for the ONLY ONLINE FRESH RAW HIGH QUALITY SOURSOP PLEASE REFER TO THE FIRST LINK ABOVE TITLED "PLOTT..." There you will find the ONLY AAA+++ QUALITY CUT SOURSOP ONLINE IN AMERICA- SHIPPED FRESH FOR IMPORT SOURCE FOR THE TRUE ORGANIC POTENT PRODUCE.

Preparation

This was my first time actually cutting open a soursop myself and making  punch and ice cream. I always use to sit in a stool watching my mom and dad or grandmother separate the membranous flesh . It was my turn to have the joy making this and to create my own household traditions as soursop ice cream and punch are generally not vegan.

Soursop Halved

The seeds skin and heart of this fruit are  not edible. Though I Have Eaten Them And NO PROBLEM, Some Articles Have Been Published To Scare Individuals From CONSUMING THE SEEDS, While Culturally SOURSOP SEED HAS BEEN KNOWN TO BE AN AFFECTED CURE FOR BATTLING CANCER, YOU CAN READ MORE OF MY SKEPTIC ARTICLES ABOUT SOURSOP HERE:

 

To prepare it you need clean hands and a bowl and you slice the fruit in half or quarters and you will remove the cottony  juicy white flesh of the fruit  into your bowl. You then would add some cold water to get this flesh even more moist and almost squeeze the flesh in your hands and keep doing that for a few minutes. You can use a fine strainer and squeeze the milky juice through. Add back the seeds in the bowl with a little more water and repeat the process. My grandmother use to wash the soursop juice off until the flesh was tasteless that meant she got all the juice from the fruit. What you would be left with is a milky thick concentrated juice that looks like this. See photo below.

Soursop Juice

Recipes

Sour Sop Punch

Soursop Punch

Soursop Soft Serve Ice Cream

Soursop softserve

The milky thick texture of the soursop makes it an excellent fruit for a creamy ice cream based. I purchased some cookbooks last week and one I was reading through was the Vegan Scoop by Wheeler del Torro. In the book is a bunch of island flavours but I did not see the more obvious one soursop. I took it upon myself to make a soursop ice-cream recipe this morning. This ice-cream can be served soft serve or you can freeze it right down to break your wrist consistency. I love it soft serve because you can really taste the flavour more and it is just one of those things that is better soft serve.

 

 

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  1. September 15, 2009 9:16 pm

    I’m sorry, but before I even read your post, I knew I had to leave a comment declaring my love for the fruit I know as guanabana. I have only seen them in costa rica, but I know that they make an excellent fresca con fresas ;-)

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  2. September 15, 2009 9:35 pm

    Fortunately, I have a colleague at work who has a number of soursop trees and so when it is in season, I get more than my fair share! Oh that punch and ice cream is priceless.

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  3. September 15, 2009 9:44 pm

    I have to say I was never a fan of soursop as a child – I preferred the barbadine punch! But I can enjoy it in ice cream – it’s a really popular ice cream flavour in Trinidad and Tobago.

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    • Taymer PERMALINK*
      September 15, 2009 9:49 pm

      I liked it as a child but did not love it there is something about the taste in the mouth it gives. I have gotten older to appreciate it but it is something I would use like twice a year to change up my ice cream flavours but it really does a great icecream.

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  4. September 15, 2009 10:00 pm

    Oh yum! I love soursop. We used to have a tree when I was growing up. The ice-cream looks so silky.

  5. Taymer PERMALINK*
    September 15, 2009 11:10 pm

    yes when you make this recipe what you are left with is almost like a pudding custard like mixture. It even looks silky before putting in the ice cream maker. The soy and rice creamer are very useful here. I find the rice cream is very neutral so the flavour comes out better as opposed to using dairy>

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  6. September 16, 2009 4:32 am

    Another very interesting post! I am learning so much here. That soft serve looks incredible. Do you think I could substitute cherimoya? I don’t think I have ever seen soursops where I live, but cherimoyas seem to be a relative of these?

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    • Taymer PERMALINK*
      September 16, 2009 7:16 am

      Maybe you can substitute soursop with Cherimoyas . I think this is called sugar apple but i need to check the scientific name I have for it to verify that it is sugar apple. I think the sugar apple has less flesh so may need a little more. I have about 10 on a tree out back. I will try to make an icecream with it when they look good enough to pick. There will be a few more interesting post this week and next week. Thanks for stopping by.

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      • September 17, 2009 9:27 am

        Thank you! Cherimoyas are smaller and if I’ve understood it correctly soursops are called sugar apples (at least that’s what wikipedia tells me).

         
      • Taymer PERMALINK*
        September 17, 2009 9:32 am

        no soursops and sugar apple are a totally different thing. wikipedia is always a mess try searching for guanabana and u will see it is different;I have a sugar apple now it and it is really like sugar the taste that is.sour sops have a tarte sweet taste. Cherimoyas are the same size as a sugar apple

         
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