Thailand Yellow Passion Fruit is smaller and oval in shape compared to purple passion fruit. With a waxy golden thick skin, it encapsulates tiny, crunchy, edible black seeds nestled in a sac of golden to orange-hued pulp, bathed in a refreshing, slippery, pulpy orange liquid. Its exotic taste is a harmonious blend of tropical and floral notes, marrying sweet and sour undertones to create an incredibly fragrant, satisfying crunch and a wealth of nutritional benefits.
The fruit can be split in half, removed from the peel with a spoon and eaten whole. Or you can simply tap off the juice and store it in the freezer.
FUN FACTS & TIPS
Yellow passionfruit is praised for its sweet and sour jelly-like flesh, which is good in both raw and baked dishes, such as toppings for ice cream, yoghurt, sorbet, cakes and fruit salads, sauces, syrups, jams and jellies, fruit punch, soft drinks and cocktails. They can be used in cheesecakes, sweets, shaved ice and mochi. Passion fruit goes well with banana, orange, watermelon, coconut and mango, as well as honey, dark chocolate and almonds.
NUTRITION & HEALTH BENEFITS
• Improves eye and skin health • Anti-aging properties • Aids in detoxing, digestion & constipation • Prevent anaemia and treats insomnia • Improve immune system and intestinal health • Reduction of anxiety • Regulate high blood pressure • Removes bad cholesterol • Boost collagen production • Prevents lung cancer • Improves bones and muscle density • Protection against infections and inflammations
Rich in vitamins A, C, B9, B2, B3, B6, as well as essential minerals like potassium, fiber, carotenoids, polyphenols, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, and copper
Common Names: Common Names:Passiflora Edulis, Yellow Passion Fruit, Thai Passion Fruit, Passifloraceae, Passiflora Flavicarpa, Tropical Treasure, Golden Delight, Exotic Elegance, Tropical Taste Sensation, 黄色百香果, 南美洲百香果, 西蕃莲, 百香果