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How to extract passion fruit juice

How to extract passion fruit juice

Passion fruit are rather strange fruit as they do not really have much flesh, but rather seeds surrounded by a fine layer of pulp. Here is a way to extract the juice.

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Last modified on: March 23th 2011

For 100 ml, you will need:

  • 1 passion fruits 500 g passion fruits
  • Total weight: 500 grams
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Step by step recipe

Stage 1
5 min.
How to extract passion fruit juice : Photo of step #1 You will need the following utensils:Cut all your passion fruits in half.
Stage 2
5 min.
How to extract passion fruit juice : Photo of step #2 Put the strainer over the bowl. Remove all the seeds from fruit with a tablespoon, and put them in the strainer.
Stage 3
10 min.
How to extract passion fruit juice : Photo of step #3 With the maryse, press the seeds with a to and fro movement. This will push the juice through the bottom of the strainer, and eventually into the bowl.

Stop when only the seeds are left in the strainer, then discard them.
Stage 4
How to extract passion fruit juice : Photo of step #4 You can use this highly perfumed and tasty juice in your recipes, like fruit jellies for example.


Passion fruit are (in metropolitan France) rather expensive, but they have a gorgeous taste.

Nutritional information

% are calculated relative to a Recommended Dietary Intake or RDI of 2000 k-calories by day for a woman (change to a man).

How much will it cost?

For 100 ml : 3.50 €

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Your 3 comments or questions on this recipe

  • Thank you for the great advice! Would using this juice work in making a passion fruit icing, or would it be better to use a flavor extract? I'm not sure if this would make the icing runny.
    Posted by Katherine june 30th 2012 at 01:03 (n° 1)
  • It's better to use the juice, more fresh and tasty.
    Posted by jh july 6th 2012 at 08:41 (n° 2)
  • I made a semi promise to try a different fruit or vegetable each month that I've never tried. (You only live once). This month was passion fruit. Yes, they are expensive. In the Sacramento area, CA I spent $8.97 USD for 3 at Safeway. With that said, they are very good, sweet & juicy. I put mind in a blender, added a little water & blended for several seconds (don't puree). Put through a small sieve. Thank you for this post. I stumbled upon it & that gave me the the inspiration to try them. I'm thinking an after dinner drink with vodka.
    Posted by Anonymous may 18th 2016 at 23:16 (n° 3)

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