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Guanabána Margarita

Guanabána Margarita

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September 30, 2014

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Dr. Verma

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Guanabána Margarita

Get your superfruit fix with this fruity margarita.

Click here to see The Amazing G-Fruit and Ways to Use It.

1

Servings

419

Calories Per Serving

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Ingredients

  • 1/4 Cup fresh lime juice
  • 1 1/2 Tablespoon orange liqueur
  • 1/2 Tablespoon agave nectar
  • 1/4 Cup guanabána nectar
  • 1/2 Cup ice
  • 1/2 Cup tequila

Directions

Combine all ingredients in a blender or cocktail shaker. Rim two glasses with a mixture of coarse salt and sugar. Pour, serve, and enjoy!

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving419

Total Fat0.2g0.3%

Sugar25gN/A

Protein0.3g0.7%

Carbs31g10%

Vitamin A1µgN/A

Vitamin C25mg42%

Vitamin E0.1mg0.7%

Vitamin K0.4µg0.5%

Calcium17mg2%

Fiber0.8g3.3%

Folate (food)10µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)10µg2%

Iron0.3mg1.9%

Magnesium9mg2%

Niacin (B3)0.2mg1.1%

Phosphorus16mg2%

Potassium97mg3%

Sodium14mg1%

Sugars, added16gN/A

Zinc0.1mg0.8%

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Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


Soursop, also known as a custard apple, guanabana, guyabano, graviola, or Brazilian paw paw, is a tropical fruit native to the American tropics. It is grown on the Annona muricata tree, and has a greenish-yellow color, prickly skin, and creamy, white flesh. 

Its taste is often described as a combination of strawberry and apple, but with a little citrus mixed in. It&aposs most commonly found in Caribbean, South American, and Southeast Asian cuisines, where it&aposs used as an ingredient in beverages, syrups, ice creams, or just eaten raw. 

But thanks to its numerous health benefits (more on that below), many parts of the plants are used in traditional medicine throughout Africa, the Caribbean, and South America.


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