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Passion Fruit Puree – Immaculate Bites

This passion fruit puree is all about the sweet and zesty flavors of this exotic and fragrant fruit. The juicy pulp of the versatile passion fruit is blended to create a smooth ingredient that tantalizes the palate in a multitude of ways. In less than 20 minutes, you’ll have his one of the best homemade passionfruit purees to accent your favorite sweets.

I love strolling through colorful farmers markets and coming across ripe passion fruit. Head back to lazy Sunday mornings with your family to make fluffy pancakes and cream and finish with this delicious passionfruit puree.

Later, I used whatever was left over to make myself a fruity cocktail worthy of a golden purple sunset. If you want to surprise your friends with a cocktail, this is the recipe you’ve been waiting for.

passion fruit cut in half

Versatile passion fruit puree

Passion fruit puree is extremely versatile and can be used in both savory and sweet dishes. For example, pouring passion fruit puree over salmon brings out the salmon’s smoky flavor. Or stir a spoonful of homemade puree into a bowl of Hearty Pumpkin He soup for something special.
When it comes to sweets, it’s up to your imaginative palate, from puddings and cakes to vibrant cocktails and smoothies.

recipe ingredients

  • passion fruit – The fruit is described as sweet-smelling and tangy, and its seeds are crunchy. The perfect base for this puree. The fresher the better.
  • water – The pulp of passion fruit is relatively thick and can be made easier with the help of water.

How to make passion fruit puree

Cut the passion fruit in half and scoop out the flesh
separate the juice from the seeds
Separate the seeds and put them in the blender.
blend seeds
strain the seeds from the pulp
Straining the finished passion fruit pulp
  • halve the fruit – Cut the passion fruit in half and hold it together while cutting so that the flesh does not come out on the cutting board.
  • scoop Place the pulp into a fine strainer placed over the cup. Use a spoon or spatula to squeeze the juice out of the seeds. If the seeds still have pulp, pour the seeds into the blender with a little water and pulse a few times. If you don’t overdo it, you may grind the seeds completely.
  • pour it up Strain the blended mixture through a strainer and use a spoon to press in as much pulp as possible, leaving any broken seeds.
A bowl of passion fruit pulp with passion fruit in the background

recipe variations

  1. If you want a sweeter puree, boil 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 cup water for about 5 minutes. Allow to cool to room temperature, then combine the puree and sugar water.
  2. Fruity Addition – Other tropical fruits pair well with passion fruit. Citrus, pineapple and coconut milk all taste great.

tips and tricks

  1. Use a fine-mesh nylon or steel strainer to ensure that everything but the seeds is removed.
  2. The passion fruit seeds and peel are edible and have health benefits. It’s like collagen. So if the texture isn’t a concern for you, you can skip the straining by blending the whole fruit until the pulp is fine enough that you don’t mind.

advance instructions

Simply make a passion fruit puree ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator or freezer. I like to freeze the pulp in ice cube trays and then put the frozen cubes in freezer bags. That way, you can take out what you need for one person.

How to eat and store

This passion fruit puree makes for some mouth-watering recipes. You can put it in drinks, cheesecakes, mousses, etc. Refrigerate in an airtight container for 1 week, or freeze in an ice cube tray or sealable bag for 6 months.

fresh passion fruit puree

Frequently Asked Questions

How to distinguish a delicious passion fruit?

When choosing a passion fruit, look for a deep purple color and wrinkled skin. These are usually the ripest and therefore the sweetest, and the juicy passion fruit is the most fragrant.

How much water do you use when you strain the pulp in your blender?

Honestly, my passion fruit is juicy enough on its own, so I start without water. Then add water, 1 tablespoon at a time, to wash excess pulp off the seeds. When blending, pay attention to consistency and see if you add or stop.

Passion Fruit Puree vs. Passion Fruit Juice

The puree is thicker than the juice, but most passion fruit juice recipes add water and sugar to the puree.

How to use passion fruit puree

This sweet and sour material is perfect for cocktails.some exquisite whip passion fruit margarita on hot summer nights.i love to add a little juice to mine sorrel drink, that too.You can also enjoy the puree as a topping. pancake, Crepeice cream, yogurt.

Try more delicious passion fruit recipes

  1. passion fruit juice
  2. Tropical fruit salad recipe how to make
  3. passion fruit pudding cake
  4. tropical sangria

Conclusion

Get ready for a tropical treat with this passion fruit puree. How do you use this versatile puree? Let us know in the comments below. ❤️

see how to make

passion fruit puree

Passion fruit puree is exotic and fragrant, and the pulp is a versatile ingredient that stimulates the palate. Ready in about 10 minutes, he’s one of those homemade purees that’s perfect for accenting your favorite sweet treats.

instructions

  • Cut the passion fruit in half and hold the flesh firmly together on the cutting board.

  • Scoop the pulp into a fine-mesh strainer placed over the cup.

  • Use a spoon to squeeze all the juice out of the seeds.

  • If you feel that the seeds still have pulp, put the seeds into a blender with a little water and pulse a few times. Please do not strain yourself. You may crush the seeds.

  • Pour the blended seeds into a strainer and use a spoon to press as much of the pulp into the strainer as possible, leaving any broken seed debris.

  • Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 1 week. You can also freeze in ice cube trays and bag frozen purees for up to 6 months.

  • You can dilute it with water or another fruit juice to make a fresh juice.

  • Enjoy as a topping for pancakes, crepes, yogurt and ice cream. It can also be used in passion fruit margaritas and passion fruit pudding cakes.

Tips and notes:

  1. Use a fine-mesh nylon or steel strainer to ensure that everything but the seeds is removed.
  2. The passion fruit seeds and peel are edible and have health benefits. It’s like collagen. So, if you don’t mind the texture, you can blend the whole fruit (cut in half) until it’s fine enough that you don’t mind the pulp and can skip straining.
  3. Please note that the nutritional information is approximate and can vary greatly depending on the products used in the recipe.

Nutrition Facts Table:

Serving: 100g| | calorie: 97kcal (Five%)| | carbohydrate: twenty oneg (7%)| | protein: 2g (Four%)| | sodium: twenty fivemg (1%)| | potassium: 315mg (9%)| | fiber: Teng (42%)| | sugar: 15g (17%)



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