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Mamey Fruit - How to Mamey Sapote

What is mamey sapote? Mamey is a tasty tropical fruit we see often at local fruit markets here in Mexico. Mamey fruit is much like an avocado in the way you slice and eat it. It has an inedible skin, creamy inner flesh, and a large inedible pit in the center. How to tell when Mamey sapote is ripe? When buying mamey fruit at the grocery, choose one that is not too firm, it should give when pressed, and look for mamey sapote that still has a nub of stem on the end where it was cut from the tree. For more info on choosing and cutting mamey sapote, check out http://www.myfoodchannel.com/mamey-fruit/ We enjoy mamey ice cream, and we also love “paletas” made from mamey. A paleta is like a creamsicle or frozen fruit bar on a stick. Because it’s creamy, mamey is perfect for a smoothie. But whatever kind of smoothie you like, if you’re a smoothie person, you can check out current prices for a Personal Smoothie Maker on Amazon https://amzn.to/2xcInra And check out all Chef Buck Recipes at http://www.myfoodchannel.com/ We appreciate you watching our cooking videos...Thanks! We include affiliate links for products on our website, so if you make a purchase after clicking on our links, we may earn a commission which helps us produce more videos and drink more coffee :^) We are participants in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program that provides a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites, so we can make more videos. Connect with this media to catch all of our videos...thanks: OUR TRAVEL CHANNEL: SLOWPOKE TRAVEL https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVRX73FarJ8eTC7NqqsrZgA TWITTER https://twitter.com/buckredbuck INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/buckredbuck/ PRINT RECIPES AT MY WEBSITE: http://www.myfoodchannel.com/ RECIPE PLAYLISTS: http://www.youtube.com/user/FromUnderTheRock How to tell When Mamey Fruit is Ripe Mamey fruit varieties are shaped from round to football-shaped sizes with dull, sandpapery skins. The mamey we find here at markets in Mexico range from “hard as a rock” to “so soft it looks like a flat tire”. If eating mamey soon, you want to buy fruit somewhere in between these two stages. The mamey should give slightly when pressed. Mamey fruit grows on trees and is cut away when harvested, so pick a mamey that still has a nub of stem where it was taken from the tree. If the crown of stem is missing, the fruit can dry out, and may spoil prematurely. If you buy firm mamey, just let it sit unrefrigerated until it softens. Firm, raw mamey is not edible. It’s hard to cut, semi-starchy, and bitter. Cut ripe mamey just as you would an avocado. Run a sharp knife through the skin and around the pit to divide the mamey into two halves. There will likely be only a single pit at the center, but there may be up to four pits. The pits are slightly toxic, so do not consume them in any way, and the skin is inedible, as well. The meat of the fruit ranges from a light salmon color, to orange, to a deeper reddish hue. Any membrane you find in the fruit from around the pit can easily be scraped away with a spoon.

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