Thursday, May 19, 2011

Senz's Cheesa Fruit Milkshake and Fruity Toast

Usually I like to use fruit juice for detox. And juice fasting which is the easiest way help to stay healthier life. It cleanses and detoxifying the body to eliminate the toxins from the body, and help to improve and boost immune system against diseases. Creating and implementing the new fruit juice is also as part of my favorite hobby. Healthy fruit juices can really give a wonderful boost to our body immunity system from preventing illnesses also for curing with detoxification through fruit and vegetable juices fasting. And once a while, I would try out some nutritious high in protein and dietary fiber fruit juice. Not for fasting but to have some replenishment beverage with good taste and healthy milkshake blends.

Whenever I have a chance, as with everything concern about health care, I will trying out the new best recipes of all kind, which have direct impact with natural healing effect. I was impressed by this unique fruit and it looks like mango, but not. So I bought 2 different species, one is oval in pointed shape another type is round like Apple Mango.

Varieties of weird and wild fruits, vegetables and herbs can be found easily in native areas especially in Sabah and Sarawak.  Like those unknown name type of fruit that is not popular in cultivation yet. While many of this valued fruit is unknown, perhaps only the native peoples knew about the usages and its valuable healthy medicinal benefits.  It's interesting to find out more......

The name of this fruit is also quite fancy too. Locally we called it as “Cheese Fruit”, or “Chesa Fruit”, some name it as “Butter Cheese Fruit”“Chessa Tiessa” or “egg fruit"......
Scientific name: Yellow Sapote, Canistel or Chesa 
Malay name: Buah Mentega 
English Name: Chesa or Canistel Fruit
Vietnamese name: Cay Trun Ga ~ "chicken egg plant"

The origin of this fruit is from the native of Southern Mexico and central of America.  And its name as “Canistel” is family of Sapotaceae, and the species of  Pouteria camphechiana. This name is derived from the Mexican town of Campeche.

This fruit is very common in Philippines, Manila market and usually selling by the local native. Its appearance of its flesh, texture like egg yolk, and in the middle consists of hard seed. I bought this "Chesa fruit" from the native market in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah. When Canistel Fruit is raw, it is harden, and will be soften and ripe in 3 to 7 days when stored in room temperature.

The taste is a bit sweet, and taste like the local wild durian with a bit of persimmon taste to me. Very nice taste, creamy and sticky, some said it taste like cooked egg yolk.

It can be eaten raw, when this fruit is ripened, as the flesh is creamy and a bit of waxy after touched. The pureed flesh can be used to make into varieties of healthy recipe like ice cream, milkshake, salad cream, jam and very similar to custard paste.

The nutritional value:

  • Protein
  • Carotene
  • Riboflavin
  • Vitamin A
  • Vitamin C
  • Phosphorus
  • Fiber
  • Carbohydrates
  • fat
  • Niacin
  • Thiamin
  • Calcium
  • Ascorbic Acid
  • Various Amino Acids, eg. Lysine, Methionine and Tryptophan

I found this unique wild fruit is good for juice blends and making into healthy food, desserts and drinks. Its high fiber and nutrient content helps in promote smooth bowel movement and aid in digestion. Fiber rich fruit juice also help in control the body from absorption of fats, ideals for those prefer to have a dietary fibrous fruit like this Chesa Fruit or Buah Mentega.

Delicious tasty fruit juice by Senz

 Natural pure Cheese Fruit Milk shake

Basic Blends of Cheese Fruit Milk Shake

Ingredients to prepare: 
  • Cheese fruit (peel skin and remove seeds)
  • Condense milk 1 teaspoon
  • Water ½ glass
  • 5 ice cubes

Place all the ingredients and blend with juicer. 


Papaya Cheesy fruity milk shake

  • Cheese Fruit (peel skin and remove seeds)
  • Papaya (cut in cubes)
  • Condense milk – 1 teaspoon
  • Water ½ glass
  • Ice cubes 5 to 6

Blend all the ingredients till it becomes creamy milk shake form. Serve. 

This Chesa Fruit taste good with banana for a rich potassium milkshake, this is entirely up to your taste buds to decide.

Senz's Chesa Banana Fruity Toast

Chesa fruit is good choice for making ice cream, jam, cakes and desserts, taking it as raw fruit salad with mayonnaise. Real nice!

I like this Chesa Banana Mayonnaise sandwiches. This wonderful taste of high in protein, dietary fiber and potassium Chesa Fruity Banana Toast really makes my day.

Love the unique fruity taste of this healthy Toast....Try your own recipes now! 


  1. it's my 1st visit to your blog, luv it~! enjoy reading bits and pieces of healthy living recipes. Keep up the good work.

    With regards to this Chesa Fruit, I happen to recall tasting it on my last trip at Kundasang market, on the way before heading up to Mt Kinabalu. Sweet in taste. I tried to transplant it here, but failed. Hope to get some from the east again soon.

  2. Nice article... I click to your adchoice/adsence as an apreaciation of it. thanks

  3. i love the chesa recipe! so gonna try it the first chance i get.


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