Cherimoya

Cherimoya (alternativt skrevet chirimoya) er en frukt av planten Annona cherimola som opprinnelig vokste i Sentral- eller Søramerika. Frukten er spiselig og dyrkes i dag både der og i sørlige California, sør i Asia, og i sørlige landområder fra Portugal til Calabria. Den har lyst, nesten hvitt fruktkjøtt og sorte kjerner, og har en . It is generally thought to be native to Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia, spreading through cultivation to the Andes and Central America.

Bufret Lignende Cherimoya er en frukt som fra gammelt av har blitt dyrket av inkafolket i Equador og Peru.

Frukten finnes nå også i landene rundt Middelhavet og i Asia. Cherimoya vokser på trær og er enten oval eller hjerteformet i fasongen. Native to southern Ecuador and northern Peru, where it still grows uncultivate the tropical fruit cherimoya is unheard of by many Americans, since it has somewhat finicky growing preferences.

Young growing tips are killed at 29° F and and mature trees . In Bolivia, it flourishes best around Mizque and Ayopaya, in the Department of Cochabamba, and around Luribay, Sapahaqui and Rio Abajo in the Department of La Paz. Its cultivation must have spread in ancient times to . Mark Twain once referred to the cherimoya as the most delicious fruit known to men. Although its flavor is often likened to that of a cross between.

One green cherimoya with black background Cherimoyas were originally grown by Inca farmers in Ecuador and Peru. They have a texture somewhere between ripe peach and silky smooth custard. And the flavor is best described as a blend of pineapple and pear. Some also say they taste notes of mango, . This is no surprise given that this ancient Incan fruit was originally reserved for royalty.

From external appearances, the cherimoya isn’t exactly captivating. The cherimoya (pronounced chair-uh-MOY-yuh) is the king of fruit. It looks more like something out of The Flintstones rather than an exquisite fruit. The Cherimoya , pronounced cher-uh-MOY-uh, is a subtropical fruit also known as Custard Apple or Chirimoya.

Botanically classified as Annona cherimola, it is a fast-growing evergreen tree native to the mountains of Ecuador and Peru. The name cherimoya is derived from the Quechua (Incan) wor chirimuya, meaning . Cherimoyas (Annona cherimola Mill.) are appreciated for their smooth texture and sweet pear-like flavor. You seldom see this flavorful fruit in grocery stores because it has a short shelf life, but. Pronounced Chair-i-moya. On the outside, the Cherimoya has a pale green, shingled skin that must be handled with care to avoid bruising.

The season for the notoriously difficult-to-grow tropical fruit generally ranges from November through early spring. Foods Indigenous to the Western Hemisphere.

Also known as custard apple, chirimoya ). The meltingly soft texture and fragrant flavor of the fruit has caused it be called the .