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Maracuya (Yellow Passion Fruit)

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Maracuya, also known as passion fruit, is a tropical that is believed to have originated in South America, specifically in countries such as Brazil, Argentina, and Peru. The seasonality of Maracuya varies depending on the location, but it is typically available from late spring to early fall. To store, it...

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Maracuya, also known as passion fruit, is a tropical that is believed to have originated in South America, specifically in countries such as Brazil, Argentina, and Peru.

The seasonality of Maracuya varies depending on the location, but it is typically available from late spring to early fall. To store, it should be in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.

Maracuya has a sweet and tart flavour and is a popular ingredient in drinks, adding a sweet and tart flavour to juices, smoothies, and cocktails. It is often used as a flavour in ice creams, sorbets, and other desserts. The Maracuya can be used as a condiment, providing a sweet and tart flavour to sauces and dressings. Its flavour and texture make it a popular ingredient in desserts and baked goods, such as cakes, pies, and tarts. The Maracuya can also be enjoyed fresh as a snack or added to fruit salads for a sweet and tart flavour. The juicy and fragrant seeds inside the fruit can be scooped out and eaten on their own or used to flavour desserts and other dishes.

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