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 basil soda

Basil in a drink? It adds a certain tartness that compliments the sweetness of Caribbean Red® papaya. It's a sipper, perfect for enjoying while making...

Eggin on the tropical stars

A fried egg takes on new dimensions when topped with tropical fruit. All you need is a star-shaped cookie cutter and an ounce more effort...

Caribbean cranberry sauce

Cranberry sauce with passionfruit and Caribbean Red papaya bring a taste of the tropics to this traditional dish. This cranberry sauce needs to top nothing....

Caribbean stuffing casserole

Stuffing made with Caribbean Red papaya along with Florida's starfruit and passionfruit may not replace traditional stuffing, but try it you'll love it....

Passionfruited carrots

Miss the crunch of carrots when they're cooked? Add passionfruit, which not only adds crunch but a fantastic tropical taste. It's a veggie eating delight....

The Caribbean pilgrim’s dish

Baked papaya and passion fruit have a deeper taste and go well with turkey. It's like the pilgrims landed on a Caribbean isle instead of...

Tropical ceviche

I love ceviche, but with precooked fish. You can call me chicken (about a seafood recipe), but go raw if you choose. Combining all the...

Caribbean pudding

A pudding starring a non-traditional fruit - papaya. With a crispy, cake-like crust, it’s perfect for late fall days when you want to remember the...

Papaya gondolier

The Caribbean meets the Mediterranean in this fun appetizer. Prosciutto and mozzarella cheese top a slice of Caribbean Red® papaya, then it's topped again with...

Crabmeat, avocado and papaya salad with a passionfruit vinaigrette

In Florida, you're never more than one hour from the coast. So it makes sense that Florida tropicals go great with seafood. Enjoy this salad...