Sun Melon Premium Indian 1 pc (Approx 1.00 Kg - 1.50 Kg)
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Sun Melon is sweet, juicy and very aromatic. Its pinkish-white colour flesh is tender and crisp. The attractively yellow coloured fruit is oblong, and the rind is smooth.Sun Melons are comparatively sweeter than their yellow/orange fleshed counterparts. Muskmelons are delicious, hydrating fruits that have cooling effects on the body. They are rich in Vitamin C.
- Rich Source of Vitamin C
- Source of Vitamin D
- Very Low in Sodium
- Naturally free from Fat(Source ; NIN)
- Sun Melon is very low in Sodium ; Diets low in sodium may help in reducing the risk of high blood pressure.
- It is naturally free from Fat ; Diets low in saturated fat contribute to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels.
Shelf Life & Storage
- Store fruits at room temperature away from direct sunlight
- Shelf life - 6-8 days from delivery when stored under prescribed conditions
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|Sold By||Reliance Retail|
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|Country of Origin||India|
|How To Use||Slice or dice the Muskmelon flesh and serve directly or sprinkled with sugar and cardamom as a snack or sweet treat. Dice to add to fruit salads. It can also be cooked and blended into cold soups. You can puree for sauces or juice for a refreshing drink. Add the pulp to milkshakes and smoothies. Add melons in the form of cubes or scooped balls, to ice-creams, puddings, sorbets or kheer preparations. Juice the Muskmelon, squeeze a little lemon juice and sprinkle some salt and pepper. Serve chilled as a cooling, hydrating, and refreshing treat. Muskmelon pairs well with mint, basil, lemongrass, and other fruits like watermelons, mangoes, coconuts, kiwis, pineapples, and peaches.|
|Interesting Facts||Melons were first cultivated in India in the 1600s. Sun Melon has thick exterior rind that turns from green to a rich golden yellow in the ripening process and attains a gently rippled surface texture.|
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