Have you seen or tasted the fruit Custard-apple?
The Custard-apple fruit
The custard-apple is the fruit of the tree Annona reticulata. The fruit is brown or yellowish-green, with varying degree of reticulation. The skin or covering of custard apple is thin but tough and below the covering a thick, cream-white layer of custard like, granular, flesh is present, which surrounds seeds. The fruit is considered ripe when it is soft and develops black spots and easily opens with gentle pressure with your hand. . The flavor of the fruit is sweet and agreeable. The fruit is tasty and nutritious. Nutritionally it provides ample protein, minerals, vitamins and fiber. Custard-apples are only eaten when soft, and only the flesh is eaten and the seeds discarded.
The flesh is added to ice cream. All the parts of the tree have medicinal value. Custard-apple is also known as Sugar-apple, Sweetsop, Bullock’s or Bull’s heart. In India it is known as Sitaphal. Phal means fruit.
Granular flesh surrounding seeds
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