Tuesday, 24 December 2019

Custard Apple Juice/Sitaphal Juice/Seetha Pazham Juice & Health Benefits of Custard Apple

Custard Apple is my all-time favourite; it has a wonderful, sweet and creamy pulp on the inside. Custard Apple is called as Seetha Pazham in Tamil and Sitapal in Hindi with enormous health benefits. The one difficult task in custard apple is extracting the pulp without seeds, but I have shared an easy way to do it. Since Custard Apple season has started, I wanted to share this rich and creamy juice with you all. Do try out this refreshing and heavenly tasting Custard Apple Juice and post your comments here. Meanwhile do check out other interesting and super refreshing Milkshakes/Icecreams/Juices/Smoothies here.

Here’s how to make Custard Apple Juice with step by step photos…


Ingredients
Custard Apple/Seetha Pazham
3
Water
2 cups
Sugar
2 tbsp or as needed
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Author: Priya Anandakumar

Health Benefits of Custard Apple/Seetha Pazham



It is loaded with anti-oxidants like vitamin C, which help in getting rid of free radicals from our body.

Custard apple is also rich in vitamin B6, calcium, magnesium, iron, niacin and potassium.

The high levels of vitamin A in custard apple are great for healthy skin and hair and better eyesight. It plays a vital role in moisturisation and anti-aging.

The presence of Vitamin B6 in custard apple helps in reducing the bronchial inflammation and helps in preventing asthmatic attacks.

Custard apple has magnesium which helps defend the heart from cardiac attack and can help relax the muscles. The presence of potassium and magnesium helps in controlling the blood pressure levels.

Custard apple is rich in copper and dietary fibre, which helps in digestion and prevents constipation.

Custard apple serves as a stimulant, coolant and expectorant. It is a rich source of iron and is useful in treating anemia.

Meanwhile do check out other interesting and super refreshing Milkshakes/Icecreams/Juices/Smoothies here.


Method

Break open the custard Apple and scoop out the pulp.


Add the pulp to the blender jar.


Add about ½ cup water and run the mixer in pulse mode once or twice  and switch it off. This is just to separate the seeds from the pulp. Make sure you do not break the seeds by running the mixer for longer time.


Add the mixture to the metal strainer and fish out all the seeds.

Add the pulp without the seeds back to the blender; add rest of the water, sugar and run the mixer until the juice is frothy.


Transfer the juice to a tall glass and enjoy the lovely juice.

Note:
Adjust the amount of sugar and water according to your taste.
Use only ripe custard apple to make the juice.

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