This fruit, with its tough, protective exterior and seedy and intensely fragrant pulpy interior, is, for many, a true symbol of the tropics. The most common variety is purple skinned but some are yellow or orange. To enjoy passionfruit in it's purest form simply cut the fruit in half and scoop out the sweet but tart, juicy pulp. Add passionfruit to drinks, icing for cakes, to shortbread dough and fruit salads. Drizzle the pulp over yogurt, ice-cream and other desserts. To Store: Store for one week at cool room temperature, or in the fridge for up to 3 weeks. Both passionfruit pulp and the strained juice can be frozen.
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