India is bestowed with exotic fruits; one of them being custard apple, also known as sitaphal or sharifa in Hindi. Custard apple has a unique taste, essential nutrients and various impressive health benefits.
Whether you have them as a stand alone snack in the middle of a work-filled day or as part of salads, smoothies, pies or desserts, apples rarely disappoint. Furthermore, the extensive list of the health ...
You don't hear about green apples quite often as you hear about those common red apples. Green apples are as healthy as the red ones.
Rujuta Diwekar reminded her Instagram followers that custard apple fruit is in season right now and therefore, it is the right time to stock up on it.
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Commonly known as ramphal, sharifa or sitaphal in India, custard apple finds favour with many fruit lovers for its sweet taste and creamy texture.
A recent study, published in the journal Frontiers in Microbiology, compared the bacteria in conventional store-bought apples with those in visually-matched fresh organic ones.
The Vitamin C content present in apples could help boost anti-bacterial immunity and also help keep pneumonia at bay, suggests new study.
Shilpa Shetty went to Manali for her shoot and she picked some fresh apples from the trees which looked refreshing and delicious.
Custard Apple Rabdi recipe: It's a luscious sweet which requires just four simple ingredients and can be whipped up in no time.