Passion Fruit has an oval-shaped circular shape. Inside it contains numerous small black edible seeds, it has a slightly acidic and very aromatic flavor.
When the fruit is ripe, it changes from a deep green color to a bright yellow. Its shell is bark, thick and flat, although over time it extends to wrinkle due to the natural maturation process.
Passion fruit is rich in vitamins A and C. It is very refreshing, contains a large amount of fiber that improves digestion and reduces the risk of certain disorders and diseases.
This fruit contains flavonoids that help fight respiratory diseases such as asthma, as well as cough, so characteristic of this condition. By having vitamin A, it contributes to skin care. With this, you will stay healthy and radiant. It is a highly recommended food to prevent heart disease due to its high content of vitamins A and C. It also lowers cholesterol.
Passion fruit is high in antioxidants and fiber. In an 18 gram serving you have two grams of fiber (mostly soluble). These antioxidants and fiber prevent high amounts of sugar in the blood after eating.
Passion fruit can be eaten fresh, in fruit salads, with yogurt and juices. In addition, it is used to cook it in dishes, jellies and syrups. You can cook it in different recipes such as passion fruit cream, ice cream, cakes, puddings, soufflé and much more.