Glenn Lindgren: This fruit is also called soursop in many countries. Many Cubans also grow and use the cherimoya, a fruit with a similar flavor.
Jorge Castillo: To remove the pulp from a ripe guanábana or cherimoya, cut the fruit in half and spoon out the soft interior. Unlike the granadilla, you must remove the seeds!
Batidos are Cuban milkshakes, similar to American Style milkshakes, but with several unusual flavors.
1 cup whole milk
3 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk
3 tablespoons sugar (to taste)
1/2 cup crushed ice
1 cup fresh ripe guanábana pulp
Put everything in the blender except the ice and process until frothy. Add the crushed ice and process until the ice is ground fine and the batido is thick and rich.
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