Recipe Directions

1. Pour water and cashews in blender, and blend for not less than 1 minute until cashews are completely disolved.

2. Add fresh large dates and blend until dissolved.

3. Add frozen pineapple pieces and press on ice crush.

4. While running on ice crush, add piel de sapo melon pieces one by one.

5. Blend until crushed pineapple and melon is dissolved into milk.

6. Serve and enjoy it!!

Jirizarry's Thoughts

By jirizarry

This is a creamy, not shake like thick, cold milk! Creamy, sweet, very light ivory (almost while) color. Piel de Sapo melon comes from Spain and it is incredibly sweet. See picture for the melon and shake.

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This looks awesome! In my list of to-try things. Thanks jirizarry I love your recipes.

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What is special about this melon? I don't think I would be able to buy it in the UK. Would any other melon do?

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I am not sure. I only have heard piel de sapo :-)

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Isnt it also called santa clause melon or alligator skin melon?

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Yeah, so it is the name! I found it so funny when I discovered this melon in Spain about 5 years ago.

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Yum!

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frog skin melon? hahahahahah the milk sounds very tropical and yummy!

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