Casaba Melons

The Casaba melon is a type of muskmelon, closely related to honeydew and cantaloupe. Because it is not as sweet or flavorful as other melon varieties, Casaba is less popular than its relatives. However, casaba melons have the benefit of a long shelf life and juicy flesh. The creamy pale green flesh is mild and sweet. A Good-quality Casaba melon will be fairly large and firm with a small amount of softness at the stem end. The coloring will be rich yellow with very little green on the skin. The rind will be ridged when the melon has been allowed to ripen on the vine and the skin will have a slightly waxy feel when the melon is ripe.


Recipes (3)

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Cool and Spicy Melon Soup View
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Casaba Melon with Creamy Sweet Curry View

Nutritional Information

Serving Size 1 Fruit
Calories 459
Carbohydrates 108 g
Dietary Fiber 15 g
Vitamin C 596 %
Calcium 18 %
Iron 31 %