Cherimoya Tips and Tricks

Cherimoya from Melissa's
Although the Cherimoya is most delicious when enjoyed fresh and all on its own,
its creamy, custard-like texture makes the Cherimoya the perfect fruit for incredible,
luscious desserts. Custards, puddings, ice creams, smoothies... they are all enhanced
by this tropical fruit's incomparable texture and rich flavor.


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Cherimoya Tips:  
How to Select and Store
For an unripe Cherimoya, choose unblemished, firm fruit with green skin. Ripen firm fruit at room temperature, usually about 1 week. Once ripe, refrigerate up to 2 days.

When is your Cherimoya ready to eat? 
A Cherimoya is ripe when it yields to gentle pressure. However, testing if the fruit yields to pressure tends to bruise the fruit as it ripens. We recommend pulling on the stem of the fruit to check if it is ripe. If the stem is removed easily, the Cherimoya is ready to eat. 
Skin color is not necessarily an indication of ripeness. There are Cherimoya varieties that do not change color as the fruit ripens.   
From Melissa's Kitchen:  
Cherimoya Smoothie
The tutti-frutti flavor of Cherimoya makes this delicious drink even perfect for dessert. This thick, rich and creamy treat can be enjoyed at the start of your day, or for a sweet ending! 
Cherimoya Crème Brûlée
Crème Brûlée is always a special treat but you can't beat the taste when you add juicy, creamy Cherimoya. Try this unique treat when you want a new and unusual delight! 
Cherimoya Meringue
This impressive, fluffy dessert is super tasty and easy to make. The fresh Cherimoya adds a wonderful flavor to this eye-appealing 

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