Passionfruit is prized for its sweet and tangy, jelly-like pulp, which is best used raw or baked. The fruit can be cut in half, scooped out of the rind with a spoon, and eaten whole. The juice can be mixed into cheesecakes, cookies, shaved ice, mochi, and frostings, as well as blended into smoothies, fruit punches, soft drinks, and cocktails.
Passionfruit is a good source of vitamins A and C, which are antioxidants that can help reduce inflammation within the body and boost the immune system. The fruits also contain some potassium, phosphorus, iron, and folate. The seeds found within the flesh are an excellent source of fiber, which stimulates and regulates the digestive tract.
- 500gm (approx 4-5 pieces)
- 1Kg (approx 9-10 pieces)
nutritional info: per 1 fruit (source carbmanager.com)
Calories: 17kcal | Net Carbs:2.3g | Total Carbs: 4.2g | Fiber: 1.9g | Sugars: 2g | Protein: 0.4g | Total Fat: 0.1g | Potassium: 62.6mg | Sodium: 5mg | Vitamin A: 11.5mcg | Vitamin B3: 0.3mg | Vitamin C: 5.4mg | Vitamin K: 0.1mg | Calcium: 2.2mg | Iron: 0.3mg | Magnesium: 5.2mg | Phosphorus: 12.2mg | Selenium: 0.1mcg | Folate: 2.5mcg | Choline: 1.4mg
*Always wash your fruits and vegetables under running water just before eating, cutting or cooking.