7 November 2009

Delicious Cherimoya or Custard Apple Dessert (Postre de chirimoya)


Here a delicious and excepcional fruit: the cherimoya.(someones know  as Custard apple)
Now that in South America Spring is the most splendor cherymoya time!
I know in many countries know the cherimoya because is exported to a lot of sites.
You see the cherimoya with her darkness peel and dont think that really delicious is and smell so nice.

The name originates from the Quechua word cherimoya, which means "cold seeds," because the plant grows at high altitudes and the seeds will germinate at higher altitudes.

The fruit is fleshy and soft, sweet, white in color, with a sherbet-like texture, which gives it its secondary name, custard apple. Some characterize the flavor as a blend of banana, pineapple and others.
I think is one of the most delicious and fresh fruits I know.
When shopping, one should look for large fruit which is uniformly green.  Ripe fruit may be kept in the refrigerator, but it is best to let immature cherimoyas ripen at room temperature, until it yields to gentle pressure.
They mature so fast.
I prefer simples dessert to cherimoya(or custard apples) because I love the taste.
With orange juice is delicious too!
I love cherimoya juice is heaven!



THE  RECIPE

This recipe is adapted from http://www.martita.cl/  from Chile.

Cherimoya Dessert  (Or custard apples dessert)

Ingredients ( 6 to 8 servings)
2 or 3 medium  ripe cherimoya (peeled and seeded)
(in chunks)
1 can condensed sweetened milk
1 can evaporated milk
3/4 cup of lemon juice


Method

In a large bowl beat with an electric mixer  the evaporated milk until mixture is lukewarm of whipped cream
Add the condensed milk and continue beat until is joined.
Add the lemon  juice and will be creamy  and firm with the lemon.
Add the cherimoya chunks to the cream and blend  slowly.
Distribute the cherimoya in glasses and garnish with cherimoya slices and mint leaves.
Keep refrigerate by two hours before serve.



EN ESPAÑOL

Postre de chirimoya

Esta excepcional y deliciosa fruta es una de mis favoritas.

En esta epoca (nuestra primavera) se da en todo su esplendor y aroma, la ves en todas partes, es una epoca corta pero abundante.

Se que en España y otros países tienen chirimoya, además ahora se exporta a muchos países.

El nombre original de la chirimoya viene del quechua chirimoya que quieres decir como semilas frías. Porque crece muchas veces en partes que son altas latitudes.
La fruta para los que no la conocen es fresca, suave, deliciosa y huele maravilloso, el olor a chirimoya madura es uno de los más deliciosos.

Aqui tenemos deliciosas chirimoyas en La Serena, Quillota y otras regiones.
Me gustan los postres de chirimoya que no son muy complicados y con muchos ingredientes porque la gracia de la chirimoya es poder apreciar su sabor y textura.
Este postre tiene esta característica.
El jugo de chirimoya junto el de frambuesa son mis favoritas.O sea tomo jugo de chirimoya o de frambuesa.Delicioso.
El helado  de chirimoya es muy bueno tambien.
Tengo otras recetas  de chirimoya espero poder hacerlas en el futuro.
Está adaptado de una página de Chile http://www.martita.cl/  que tiene muy buenas recetas, es solo en español.


Ingredientes (6 a 8 porciones)

2 o tres chirimoyas maduras
(sin piel y sin pepas) cortadas en
trozos pequeños

1 bote o tarro d eleche condensada
1 bote o tarro de leche evaporada (ideal)
3/4 taza de jugo de limón


Preparación

En un bol grande batir la leche evaporada(o Ideal)  a velocidad media hasta que tenga una consistencia cremosa y doble su volumen.
Agregar de a poco la leche condensada y unir bien.
Agregar el jugo de limón, la consistencia de la crema se irá poniendo más espesa.
Agregar los trozos de chirimoya y unir suavemente.
Repartir en copas o cuencos. Adornar con trozos de chirimoya y hojas de menta.
Dejar en la nevera o refrigerador por los menos dos horas antes de servir para que tenga la consistencia que se requiere..


31 comments:

  1. Tras una copiosa comida no hay nada tan digestivo como un delicioso postre de frutas.
    A mí también me encanta la chirimoya, lástima las pipas, que son un engorro, por eso tomándolas así, en copa, y con esta receta tan rica y suave no tienes que preocuparte de nada. Sólo cerrar los ojos y saborear.
    Besos.

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  2. Gracias gato, pero las pipas se les sacan antes de hacer este postre, así cuando te lo comes sólo eso, lo disfrutas como dices tú, besoossss, gloria

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  3. He probado la Chirimoya en un par de ocasiones y no me gusta, o sea que hoy a régimen.

    Besos.

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  4. Toro, Toro, no las probado como corresponde, besoossss gloria
    El proximo te toca, creo.xxx

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  5. muy bueno ... me gusta sobre todo que la chirimoya no se encuentra en muchas recetas. me la llevo. gracias.
    besos

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  6. Gracias Alimonia, te encnatarà, no es por nada pero es una de las recetas que màs me ha gustado de las que hago con chirimoya, besoos gloria

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  7. we don't have cherimoya here but soursop is a relative, right?

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  8. I think so peachkins is similar I believe! xx gloria

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  9. That is one of my favorite fruits! It tastes so heavenly! A great dessert!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  10. Thanks a lot Rosa, is my favorite too! Try this desserts is sooooo yummy! (I think is the best chirimoya dessert I tasted) xxgloria

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  11. Que postre con una pinta tan cremosa! Aqui no tenemos chirimoyas, y creo que no comi nunca una. Que pena, no?

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  12. En serio??, Yo pensè que con las exportaciones habìan chrimoyas en todas partes Clumbsy, es una pena porque es una de las frutas màs deliciosas que he probado, cariños y gracias por venir, gloria

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  13. I have never heard of or seen cherimoya. Your dessert looks lovely. I love to learn of these different things around the world. I shall not rest now until I find one :)

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  14. I've never heard of cherimoya before. This dessert looks refreshing and delicious.

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  15. We love cherimoyas but they are hard for us to grow here in CA. We had several trees but John had to had pollinate them and it was a big job. We only get a few fruit since they don't get pollinated natually. I wish that we could get more of them. They do not sell them in our stores. I agree with you that they are a lovely flavor and texture. You are lucky that you can get them there.

    I have not done much cooking lately but I have been busy sewing. If you have a chance come over and see my latest project. I am quite pleased with it.

    I hope you and the family are doing well. Hugs, Lura

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  16. La chirimoya es lo primero que me pido llegando a Santiago. Que delicioso su sabor, las recetas de martita son muy buenas, suelo visitar su página.
    Se ve de maravillas, que bien me caería una copita de esas.
    Un beso amiga.

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  17. Dear Brenda I discover no wthat cherimoya is not habitual in many parts of the world, thay are exported by many countries so I think many of you have where buy cherimoyas, so sorry, now I see is not.
    But if some day you find this fruit remember and make this dessert is one of more delicious I tasted, huggs!! gloria

    Pam, realy? I knoe now I think a lot of you have access at supermarket, sorry but if you find some day try this, gloria

    Dear Lura, I was remember you last days I will passing your blog, is nice you know cherimoyas, and you love them, hugsss! gloria
    Thanks by stopping by! gloria

    Gracias Kako, adoro la chirimoya para mí el jugo de chirimoya is the best!! este año han habido hartas, la época es muy corta.
    Es entretenida la historia y como viaja a otros países, tu sabes que me encanta la historia gastronómica.
    besoos, gloria

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  18. I always see cherimoyas at the market but have no idea what to do with them. I do now! Thanks for sharing.!

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  19. DEar Melissa, fantastic!! This I want!! maybe some of you see the chrimoya and dont know what recipes make, I pass this with MANGOES, really years ago I saw mangoes at supermarket and dont know, now I really die by mangoes and make a lot of desserts, (LOL)
    thanks for stopping by! gloria

    Try this dessert is realy yumm!! I cant wait to make it again!!!

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  20. That sounds so light and tasty! Yum!

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  21. Thanks dear is really yummy! gloria

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  22. thanks for sharing this Gloria I see this fruit from time to time in the market but I never dare trying them :-) now i have a reason to buy them :-) your dessert looks gorgeous!!

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  23. My dear Dhanggit try this and Im sure you will remember me!! is absolutely nice and delicious and this dessert I think is one of most delicious I try ! huggs, gloria

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  24. Gloria, it's my first time here! I have never seen this fruit before, though it reminded me of custard apple.

    The pictures say that it was indeed delicious! :)

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  25. Thanks for stopping by!! And yes you are correct other name to this fruit (I read) called to Custard apple or similar is so nice!
    So you know Cherimoya or custard apple!! gloria

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