Strawberries with whipped cream … Pineapple … Banana … Raspberry … The descriptions of the tasty cherimoya differ greatly. But it’s almost impossible to argue about the fact that this heart-shaped green fruit is delicious!
Originally the cherimoya comes from the Andes mountains. There the fruits grow at an altitude of about 2,500 meters. But nowadays another variety is also grown in Spain. The heart-shaped fruits grow on small trees that generally reach a height of 9 meters.
SPAIN & PERU
How to store
You can store these fruits in a fruit bowl. When you can gently press the pulp of the cherimoya and the skin turns a little black, it is ripe. After this you can keep the cherimoya for another 2-3 days.
How to eat
Cherimoyas are delicious to empty with a spoon. But it also works well in a salad or smoothie. Wrap them in a slice of raw ham for a delicious sweet-salty combination.