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 memories veggie dip

This dip teams mamey up with passionfruit. Sweetest and the most exotic, what a combo. That's my definition of win-win. Try it as a dip...

Potato SlimCado salad

This quick-and-easy potato SlimCado salad is the answer to "what to bring to...". No one will guess it's quick or easy. They'll just want the...

Individual tropical pizzas

A big thank you to my home ec teacher, Mrs. Parker, for teaching us to make individual pizzas. Here's a tropical pizzas that's kid-friendly easy...

Guava and passionfruit shrimp cocktail sauce/dressing

Love shrimp but tired of ketchup-based cocktail sauce? Go guava with a kick of passionfruit. This fruit-based cocktail sauce is great to dip the shrimp...

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...

Mushrooms and red guava

We grow guavas with as much sun as possible. A well-pruned guava tree bears more fruit. Red guava needs its sun, mushrooms don't. Go figure;...

Baked string bean passion

Make any day special with this holiday favorite made easy and made with a tropical flair. Keep a passionfruit for topping the dish. This fruit...

Edamame tropical salad

It's the tropical equivalent of everything but the kitchen sink. Juicy Uniq Fruit adds sparkle to the edamame while the coconut sweetens and the passionfruit...