How Passion Fruit Looks Like
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This week, we’re talking about passion fruits. These juicy berries come in many shapes and sizes, but they all share one thing in common – their delicious taste!
Most people know what a passion fruit looks like, but not everyone knows how to prepare them. Luckily for you, there are only two steps to doing so!
Step 1: Wash your passion fruit
You will need to wash your passion fruit before eating it to remove any hairs or strings that may contain pesticide residue. Also, make sure to soak each berry in water for at least five minutes to lower the sourness of the fruit.
After this, drain the water and discard the excess liquid. You can now begin preparing the passion fruit!
Step 2: Cut up the passion fruit
Once washed, cut open the passion fruit using either your hands or a fork.
One of your favorite fruits can be dried and re-hydrated as passionfruit. They are similar to kumara (New Zealand apple) but have a slight flavor that is different.
There are many recipes you can make with dried passionfruit. For example, try adding it into yogurt for an antioxidant boost and taste bud satisfaction!
Another way to enjoy this fruit is by eating it straight off the tree or plant.
That is what most people think passion fruits are! They may also know them as dried berries or ketchup balls. While those things are similar, they are not actually true passion fruits.
A true passion fruit does not need to be in liquid form to be enjoyed. In fact, you can eat it solid like a berry too!
It seems that creative food makers have rebranded the classic passion fruit by adding additional ingredients to make it more interesting.
But why would you want to add other flavors to perfection?
The flavor of a true passion fruit is very unique and special. It has been said that there is no better way to enjoy a passion fruit than eating it alone with your hands.
And if you do this, then your hands will become lusciously sweet and pink due to the presence of the antioxidants in the fruit.
Peel or no peel
The taste of passion fruit depends mostly on whether there is an edible skin or not. If you like more sour fruits, then either leave the skin on the passionfruit or remove it completely.
As you can see, passion fruit come in two varieties: pulp-only or with both pulp and skin. Because they are both good sources of vitamin C, we recommend eating one as part of your daily routine to enjoy all of its benefits.
And since this flavor is so popular, most companies will add it to other foods or beverages at source! You may have noticed it in guacamole or yogurt, or even just in water. It also makes for a great addition to anything chicken or fish related.
There are some recipes that do not call for removing the skin, but if you would prefer to avoid added sugar, we suggest doing so anyway.