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A passion fruit and papaya verrine is perfect for those Valentine couples out there who seeks that ” passion” back. Four layers verrine with a bottom layer of Passion fruit to light up the mood, a second of crumbled sweet wafers, a third of papaya to make it slightly more exotic and a final topping of sweet mascarpone frosting and shredded coconut. This dessert screams “passion” with its major ingredient being passion fruit. To control the acidity of the passion fruit the cheese frosting and papaya are a great balance. The end result is a tropical, light and sexy bite. Perfect for Valentine’s day! Passion fruits Let’s talk passion fruit; this is a quite vague term in English because in Spanish you get different terms/names for the different types of passion fruits. The two I see the most is the purple and yellow kind; their taste is quite similar. The yellow one is twice…

Creamy and dreamy Passion Fruit Panna Cotta with coconut milk, for anyone digging tropical flavors, will make you fly right to the tropics! Plus, it’s practically impossible to miss. Panna Cotta means, cooked cream, in Italian and originate from the northern part of Italy, Piedmont. It’s a simple dessert often aromatised with whether, vanilla, rum or coffee and topped with some fruity coulis or caramel. This time is gonna be a Tropical flair with a Passion Fruit Panna Cotta with creamy Coconut milk! Types of Passion fruits In South and Central America they call the bigger yellow passion fruit; Maracuya. This yellow version of passion fruit is way more present than the purple one. In South America, they make ceviche, cocktail, cheesecake and ice cream with it, a fairly common fruit. In contrast with the northern countries, where it can get tricky to find those deliciously perfumed fruits. How to choose the right passion…

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