How to Make Guava Juice at Home

By Jorina Fontelera

Guavas are small round or pear-shaped fruits that are soft when ripe. The white, pink, yellow or red flesh is creamy in texture, and the fruit has a sweet, musky odor. Guavas can be used in many dishes and make a great juice. They are, however, full of seeds that need to be strained out when juicing.

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Step 1

Rinse guavas and cut off both ends. Dice the guavas and put the diced pieces in the blender. Fill the blender with water up to 2 inches from the top. Add ¼ to ½ cup of sugar. Blend the guava water mixture until smooth.

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Step 2

Put the strainer over the pitcher. Pour in the guava mixture about a cup at a time and let it strain through. If the strainer clogs, stir it with a wooden spoon. Throw away the seeds and extra pulp. Strain through the next cup. Continue straining until all the juice is strained.

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Step 3

Put the guava juice in the refrigerator and chill before serving.