Passion Fruit Syrup | Easy and Delicious

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What Is Passion Fruit

Passion fruit natively comes from South America and in Hawaii is called lilikoi. It’s a very flavorful tart little fruit that comes from the passion flower and it can be used any dessert or other sweet item. I can’t think of any use of passion fruit in savory food. It’s mostly used in dessert and drinks. Passion fruit also has a bit of vitamin C and vitamin A in it but that’s kinda it. It just taste really good.

Should You Buy It Or Make It

Always, always, always make your own syrups. Unless its gum syrup, tonic syrup, or orgeat. Gum and orgeat you can make its just kinda a pain in the butt, and tonic I would never make from scratch. Passion fruit syrup is super easy to make, is cheaper to make than buying it, and results in a much better product.

Passion Fruit Syrup Substitutes

There are not really any substitutes for passion fruit syrup as it has such a unique taste. There is no single fruit it taste like but if I were to try and recreate it I would try combining a few flavors. I would try combining a Meyer Lemon juice, some kiwi juice and pineapple juice. Again there is nothing really like a passion fruit but those flavors could get you pretty close.

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Passion Fruit Syrup | Easy and Delicious

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Course: DrinksCuisine: American
Servings

10

servings
Calories

150

kcal
Total time

20

minutes

Easy passion fruit syrup for drinks

Ingredients

  • 200 grams Sugar

  • 100 grams Water

  • 100 grams Passion Fruit Pulp

Directions

  • Over low heat combine the water and sugar together and stir till the sugar is dissolved.
  • Add the passion fruit pulp and let the mixture simmer for 5 – 10 minutes.
  • Filter the syrup through a mesh strainer and press the juice out of the passion fruit pulp.

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