1 pound ripe guavasor pintones
1 liter Water
1 cup Sugar
Guava is one of the most internationally known Cuban fruits, along with mango and mamey. It has multiple culinary uses, especially in desserts.
How to Make Guava Hats in Syrup:
- First, peel the guavas, remove the pulp, and cut them into helmet shapes.
- Place them in a suitable container with plenty of water and leave them until they are soft.
- To make the syrup, take 200ml of the water and incorporate the sugar and salt to obtain a light syrup.
- Finally, add the guavas to the syrup and simmer until you get the desired taste.
- Remember to let stand before tasting this delicious dessert!