Category: Passionfruit

Passion fruit comes in shades of pale-pink, red and lavender. Inside, the fruit has intensely aromatic yellow-green pulp wrapped around crisp seeds. The passion fruit wrinkles as it ripens.

Use a sharp knife to cut fruit in half lengthwise. Scoop out the contents.

Eat fresh or strain pulp and seeds through a strainer or cheesecloth for juice.

Tropical ice

Thai guava adds a tropical texture and taste to pops made with wine. Passionfruit adds a bit of spice. You could use any tropical fruit,...

Slow-cooker papaya black bean chili

This is vegetarian fare with a tropical kick. You can add the papaya before or just after cooking. Papaya takes on a deeper taste when...

P to the 2nd power smoothie

Lucky for us you can combine the two Ps of tropical fruit for an extraordinary (and don't tell him, healthy) taste: that's passionfruit and papaya...

Tropical Stir-fry

Pull out the skillet or grab the wok. A little oil and a little ginger, then toss in some tropical fruit and you've got a...

Oatmeal made passionate

Make your oatmeal a passion with passionfruit, papaya and starfruit. Here's how......

Passionate about going Solo, papaya that is

Who am I to say cereal isn't as good for you as one might think? But who are you to say an all-fruit dish at...

Tropical cream fruit dessert

If adding canned fruit to a dessert makes you cringe, take advantage of tropical fruit now in season for this easy-make dessert....

Passionate lime fool with papaya

A very British dessert that embraces tropical flavors with a flair. The Brits love tropical fruits. This dessert will show you why....

Starfruit passionfruit torte

Star-shaped tortes for a star of a fruit. Starfruit and passionfruit together deliver a great dessert with a sweet, exotic taste....

Rosemary’s passionate papaya creme brulee

Passionfruit and rosemary combine to give a classic crème brûlée an intriguing flavor, while Solo papayas provide a fruity bowl. ...