Passion fruits are unusual as the worse they look on the outside, the better they taste on the inside! Once the skin becomes wrinkled, the crunchy seeds, surrounded in an intensely juicy, golden pulp, are ready to eat. The more shrivelled the fruit, the sweeter it is. To eat, cut in half and scoop out the seeds. Serve at room temperature to enjoy it at its most flavoursome.
Delicious mixed into natural yoghurt or smoothies, cakes and crumbles, it's also a welcome addition to your mojitos, margaritas and martinis at your next cocktail party. Feeling inspired? Scroll down for our mouth-watering recipe for Baked Coconut Rice Pudding with Passion Fruit Curd.
Looking for more fresh flavours to brighten up your fruit bowl? Search 'Ocado fruit' for a huge range of home grown and exotic ideas.
Country of Origin
Country of origin may vary between Colombia, Israel, South Africa, Vietnam and Zimbabwe.
Suitable for vegetarians
Product life guaranteed for 4 days excluding delivery day.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (174)
Decent, but quality can vary
I\x27ve found better in shops
They have a good flavour - not too one-note sweetness, not too sour. But there has usually been very little edible pulp inside, which is a tad disappointing.
Very little edible pulp inside. I have never seen such a small passion fruit in my life
These used to be nice but now just little empty shells.
About a teaspoon of passion fruit in the whole thing. I would not purchase these again!
Literally empty shells.
Passion fruit that lacks passion. Nothing to eat.