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Feb 04, 2011

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Kit

It looks scrummy, Johanna. And only six passion fruit needed which is a bonus as they're not cheap here and when I do buy them the girls usually gobble them up straight away!

Amanda

Wow it looks delicious! I had passion fruit buttercream on my wedding cake and it was heaven, but this would have added such a great kick. I must try it!

Margaret

I am surprised the fruit curd took only 6 passion fruit and the recipe doesn't sound too sweet. You have succeeded in tempting me.

Pille

Will you bring some along when you come to visit? Please, pretty? ;)

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lemon curd and a mix of citrusjuices are my fav but ...this I am making on my next day off !!! :-) :-)

Scott at Real Epicurean

I've made this once before, a few years back (was it in a Nigella book?) and it was delicious.

Thanks for reminding me!

johanna

Scott, I wouldn't know, I have never owned nor cooked from a Nigella Lawson book... I have a lemon curd recipe for Thermomix which I follow and adapt according to my taste! i thought i was being pretty original using passion fruit, but it looks like the domestic goddess beat me too it ,-(

Tessa

Passion fruit curd, wow what bliss!

MisterTruffle

What a wonderful description of the reaction to your passion fruit curd! You have sold it to me, and I will be cooking this for my 52 ingredient challenge (www.food-love.com), as I've never actually cooked with Passion Fruit I can legitimately count it as a challenge food! Hurray!

Kubełek Smakowy

I am absolutely in love with curd... I didn't try that one, but I strongly belive it's as tasty as orange or lemon!

Nancy

This looks fantastic, Johanna! How did you come up with this? I just found your blog this afternoon and I'm blown away by your creations! What other ingredients have you used in your curd?

Joshua Fagans

Recently discovered passion fruit curd myself. I made a parfait with a caramel pudding and it was an amazing combo!

Cat

thanks for sharing this! we will have an aweful amount of passion fruits soon and i had absolutely no idea what to do with them...
sounds great!

Sailu

Chanced upon your beautiful blog today. Wonder how I missed it. :)

Pamela Hester

Thank you dear! In SoCal passion fruit grows like a weed with hardly any water, so a few years ago I planted the whole back wall to cover the fence in vines. Last year the vines gave me about 70 fruits and I couldn't eat them fast enough. Now this years harvest won't go to waste and guess what my friends are getting for Christmas! At my afternoon teas I will serve it with crumpets, clotted cream and a small nip of creme sherry.


johanna


Wow... You are very lucky indeed! I wish I had passion fruit in my backyard...or the balcony in my case! Had one in London but for obvious reasons the fruit never ripened!
All the best

J

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betty

wow id love to make this with my yummy crepes (which i have recently perfected yay!)

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