Looking for a way to use passion fruit? Find fun and exciting ways to use this tangy fruit in our guide to 15 passion fruit recipes.
But, regardless of how it changes your love life, passion fruit is a delicious and beautiful fruit that can be used in so many ways. It’s a tropical fruit native to South America and it can be used similarly to mango or pineapple. Despite its tasty flavor, it’s toxic to dogs!
How to Prepare Passion Fruit
The first step to using passion fruit is understanding the flavor and how to prepare it.
To start, you need a ripe passion fruit. Ripe passion fruits are wrinkly all over and heavy for their size. It’ll be tangy and slightly sour. If it’s too sour, you can sprinkle a little bit of sugar on it.
Next up, cut it open and scoop out the inside pulp to eat. The seeds are edible but depending on the recipe, you may need to strain the seeds.
If you need to strain the seeds, simply push the pulp through a wire mesh sieve!