I love the smell of guavas (guayabas in Spanish), don’t get me wrong, they are very tasty, but there’s something about their sweet tropical smell that I can’t resist… So when my husband brought a container of super ripe, yellow, delicious, smelling guavas I had to make juice with them. There’re also pink guavas, prettier, but these surely made the trick.
I also added the Thai basil seeds cause when we went to “Bun-ker” A Vietnamese restaurant in Queens and tried their home made limeade, I loved the texture of the basil seeds they added!!! They gel up like chia and flax seeds. Love it!
Super simple, quick recipe! Here is what you’ll need to make 2-3 servings.
4 medium guavas washed and chopped up
2 – 3 cups of water, depending how thick you like your juice
sugar to taste
Thai basil seeds
Place ingredients using just half of the water in a blender and blend until just liquified (we don’t want to break up the seeds)
Seeds really don’t bother me at all, (as you can see in the pics) but by all means if you don’t like them, like most people, use a strainer and then add remaining water till desired consistency is obtained.
Add the seeds, stir and place in refrigerator until cold. Serve chilled and enjoy!