When is the best time to eat a passion fruit?
Passion fruit are often in good supply in the winter, though in theory they are available all year round. When you buy a passion fruit, look for a crinkled skin which is a sign of ripeness. To eat, just slice the fruit in half and scoop out the edible seeds and all the lovely juicy flesh that surrounds them. How to prepare exotic fruit Q: Is there a way to use orange segments in a recipe without all the pith? Place the orange on a board, pare off the skin and as much of the pith as possible. Then, holding the peeled orange in one hand over a bowl, cut out the segments by slicing the knife in at the line of pith which divides the segments, leaving as much of the pithy membrane behind as possible. Q: How do you know when a mango is ripe? There is a simple way to test the ripeness of a mango: hold one and check that it feels heavy and gives off a powerful and fragrant aroma through the skin. Under-ripe mangoes can be placed in a brown paper bag and left to ripen in the dark at room temper