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The maracuja has an oval shape. The leathery skin is yellow-green and not edible. The fruit contains an orangy-yellow jelly-like pulp with lots of edible seeds. Maracuja has a tangy flavour.
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Maracuja tips

How to prepare a maracuja?

Cut the fruit in half and scoop the jelly-like pulp out. You cannot eat the skin.

Preparation Tips

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temp of Maracuja

How to store?

Maracuja is best at room temperature.

  • Great as a snack.
  • Make maracuja ice cream.
  • Great in sweet recipes or cocktails.

Nutritional values per 100 g

52 Kcal
0,4 g Fats
0,1 g Saturated fats
3,3 g Fibers
A source of Vitamin C and rich in fibres.

Origin our maracuja

Maracuja - ColombiaColombia

Where to buy

Find an outlet
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