Once you cut this melon up it’s unlikely to last too long! However, these melon’s do have a good shelf life and are best stored in a fridge, though it is best not taken in and out of the fridge otherwise, the skin can condensate and black spots will begin to appear. Melon preparation is like many others, disguard the internal seeds and best not cut too close to the rind (as there isn’t much flavour here). Although the Piel de Sapo is delicious on its own, its versatility allows it to be included in a range of meal occasions including for breakfast, as a snack, salads, appetizers, desserts and cheese platters paired with a crisp white wine.
A typical 100g portion contains 7.2g carbohydrate, 0.1g fat, 0.6g fibre, 0.6g protein, and 31 calories.