1 Choose the largest passion fruit available.
They're usually sold by the piece.

2 Make sure it’s ripe.
Look for one that's partially deflated or creased to be sure it's ripe before eating.

3 Halve it.
Cut the passion fruit in half with a sharp knife.

4 Scrape it.
Scrape out the pulp with a spoon.

5 Remove the seeds.
Press through a fine sieve to remove the tiny seeds if desired. Work over a bowl when cutting the passion fruit so you can catch any of the juices.

6 Serve it up!
Serve over salads, desserts or yogurt, or add to beverages and sauces.

The tiny seeds in passion fruit add a little crunch to salads and sauces.

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