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.

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. ...

Tropical passion pops

Papaya or Thai guava adds a tropical texture and taste to wine ices. Passion fruit adds a bit of exotic spice and crunch. ...

Tropical 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. Deliciously easy....

Passionate dragon dessert topping

You can always top your ice cream, frozen yogurt or cake slice with a spoonful of passionfruit. But with the addition of a bit of...

Microwaved passionfruit sponge cakes

Easy to make, quick to make, great to sit back and enjoy. Passionfruit adds a touch of the tropics to the cake with the seeds...

Passionfruit curd

Lemon curd stand aside, passionfruit is taking the stand. ...