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Africa in a Glass | Mstafeli Soursop Milk Drink Recipe

Mstafeli Soursop Milk Drink Recipe

African Mstafeli also known as Soursop fruit can be eaten fresh when fully ripe or mixed with milk to make a delicious exotic fruity shake.


African Mstafeli also known as Soursop fruit can be eaten fresh when fully ripe or mixed with milk to make a delicious exotic fruity shake.


Mstafeli Soursop Milk Drink Recipe



Ingredients

2 very ripe soursop fruits peeled, deseeded and mashed
4 cups cold whole or skim milk
5 ice cubes
Sugar to taste


Directions

In a blender add all ingredients, mix well and enjoy!



Did you know?
The Soursop fruit grows in humid tropical and subtropical areas of 15 African countries; Zanzibar, Benin, Cote d'Ivoire, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Liberia, Mauritania, Nigeria, Reunion, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Togo, and Uganda.


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