November 23, 2012

Custard apple milkshake recipe - how to make sitaphal milkshake

sitaphal milkshake recipe - The winter season is here but the temperatures are still warm. Climate is  warm during days and cool during nights. Here in India, the season for custard apples or  sitaphal starts from mid-July and ends in late-November. I usually buy custard apples whenever I find nice big ones at a good price, but I buy them hard. In our warm weather, they ripen overnight. Then I keep them in the refrigerator. The custard apple season comes just once a year. I store custard apple pulp in the deep freezer when custard apples are in season. Custard apple milkshake is always a family favourite and also a great way to get kids to eat some fruit. This milkshake is refreshing and filling. No one can resist a milkshake. Removing the seeds is a hard work. Simply cut custard apples in half, then use a spoon to scoop out the white flesh. Mash well with fingertips to loosen the seeds, then manually squeeze the pulp out.


Custard apple / sitaphal milkshake recipe.

Ingredients
2  custard apples / sitaphal (or 2 cups pulp)
3 cups milk 
2 tsp sugar or honey 

Method
  • Cut the custard apples in half,  then use a spoon to scoop out the white flesh.
  • Mash well with fingertips to loosen the seeds, then manually squeeze the pulp out.
  • Put the pulp,sugar and milk in a mixer jar. If you want honey flavour add a spoon of honey. 
  • Adjust the sugar and milk as per your taste and requirement. Serve chilled.


Also check 
Strawberry Milkshake



25 comments:

  1. wow! must be tasting great.

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  2. Mmmm...this must be a very soothing and comforting shake!

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  3. wow yummy milkshake,luks delicious...

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  4. Sweet and sour taste I guess...yum...

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  5. That's something new recipe for me....nice one...

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  6. very interesting shake..

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  7. Delicious shake dear...yum.
    Have a lovely weekend :)

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  8. yummm......Looks so luscious!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  9. tempting and inviting dear

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  10. my dad's fav is custard apple and making milkshake would be so good :)

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  11. Been ages i had this shake, drooling here.

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  12. I love custard apple ! We call it "atis" in a our local dialect :D I bet that milk shake must taste divine !

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  13. looks yummy & mouthwatering...delicious!

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  14. Delicious looking shake, looks wonderful.

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  15. This looks wonderful and most of all so healthy; thank you for your visit.
    Rita

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  16. Thank you for stopping by my blog, Vidya. You've got a nice space here.....will stop by often.

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  17. Hi Vidya, this shake look very refreshing. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Love it, slurrrppp.... :)

    Have a lovely week ahead.

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