Sapodilla is an evergreen tree, which is long living though it is a native of Mexico.
Sapodilla is widely grown Southeast Asian countries.
The sweet flesh has a grainy texture and contains black, shiny, inedible seeds in the center.
The flavor of sapodilla best infoibed as a pear that has been soaked in brown sugar.
A dessert fruit, ripe Sapodillas cut it into half and served chilled.
The flesh of the fruit added to fresh salads to give them a great taste and flavor a wonderful
dessert sauce made from sapodillas.
The flesh blended with orange juice to form a smooth sauce, and then whipped cream added as
a topping and served chilled.
Sapodilla is rich in Calcium, Fiber, Foliate, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Vitamin C.