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Passionfruit

passionfruit

If there is any fruit that can instantly make you feel like you should be relaxing on a small tropical island somewhere, it's a passionfruit. Once cut, the smell is delicious and they can add a tang, sweetness and beautiful tropical flavour to just about anything. The skin should not be eaten, but both the internal seeds and pulp can be eaten.

Passiflora edulis

There are two main types of Passionfruit, black/purple skinned (many varieties) and the golden skinned (or Panama) both are available throughout the year when sourced from WA to QLD...

Select fruit that feels heavy for their size. Passionfruit can be stored at room temperature for up to 2 weeks or in the fridge in an airtight container or plastic bag for up to 4 weeks...

The quickest way to eat a passionfruit is to slice them in half and scoop out the flesh with a spoon as you would eat a boiled egg from the shell...

Passionfruits are an excellent source of dietary fibre, Vitamin A and Vitamin C...