Passion Fruit Curd.

Passion Fruit Curd.

My dear Sinead, here is the passion fruit curd. I hope you like these recipes. The first recipe is simply delicious but the second one is my very famous and amazingly easy but delicious passion fruit curd.
To accompany this delicious curds I made Flan Cake that is very moist and delicious a short bread cookie and with the same recipe of short bread I made passion fruit curd squares…I love these squares,I spread the curd on top of a cooked short bread shell and baked for about 15 minutes, let it cool and then put it in the refrigerator for 1 hour.

Passion Fruit Curd.

1 ½ cup White sugar.
4 eggs.
½ cup salted butter or margarine.
2/3 cup fresh passion fruit pulp (seedless and strained).

1- Whisk together sugar and butter until pale and soft.
2- Add the eggs one at a time always whisking.
3- Add the passion fruit pulp, whisk and pour this mix into a heavy bottomed sauce pan
4- Cook at low heat always stirring, until Stir until mixture thickens and leaves a path on back of spoon when finger is drawn across, about 15 minutes.
5- Let cool, and store in the refrigerator.

The Best Passion Fruit Curd Ever.

1 can sweeten condensed milk.
1 can evaporate milk.
¾ cup cup fresh passion fruit pulp (seedless and strained).
1- Mix all the ingredients.

I love this passion fruit curd because it is really easy to make and tastes delicious, also, you can vary the amounts of the ingredients depending on how you want it: thicker, add more passion fruit pulp. Less sweet add less sweetened condensed milk. More fluid add more evaporated milk or less passion fruit

Flan Cake.

For the cake
3 eggs.
1 cup sugar.
125 gr shortening or margarine.
200 gr self raisin flour.
½ cup milk.
1 tablespoon vanilla extract.

1- Whisk shortening and sugar until creamy.
2- Add vanilla extract and egs until very smooth.
3- Add half of the flour and half of the milk, repeat and whisk until the mixture is smoth.

For the Flan.

3 eggs.

1 can sweetened condensed milk.
1 tablespoon corn starch.
1 tablespoon vanilla extract.
1- Blend all the ingredients.

For the Caramel.

1 cup water.
1 cup white sugar.

1- Mix all the ingredients and cook until it take a caramel color, or golden color.


1- Pour the caramel in a cake pan and with a spoon spred it over sides and botton of the pan, let cool.
2- Add the flan mixture.
3- Carefully cover the flan mixture with the cake mixture.
4- Bake at 180°C until a toothpick inserted in the center of the cake comes out clean

Short Bread Faery’s Style.

1 ½ cup all purpose flour.
½ cup rice flour.
½ cup salted margarine.
½ cup icing sugar.
1 tablespoon vanilla extract.
1 ehh yolk.

1- Mix all the dry ingredients, rubbing between both hands until it looks like bread crumble.
2- Add the egg yolk and vanilla extract and knead until it looks like cookie dough.
3- Let rest in the refrigerator for about 15 minutes.
4- Roll and cut.
5- Prick the cookies with a fork and bake 190°C until they are light golden on the sides.


the AIRY FAIRY said...

faery, thank you, thank you, thank you, i am flapping my wings in delight and sprinkling magical fairy dust all over you for posting the recipe! sounds divine...truly a treat only for REAL fairies!

tartasacher said...

Hola Faery. Qué postre y qué deliciosa esta crema de fruta de la pasión. Es una fruta tan aromática y sabrosa que a mí me gusta muchísimo. Gracias por tu visita y comentarios. te dejo aquí un panecillo. Besotes

Swati: Sugarcraft India said...

Faery the recipes look extremely delicious ..Will try out the flan cake soon..
Take care


Donna said...

This looks Yummy Sweetheart!! I'll Try it!!!hughugs

Cooking and the City said...

looks delicious, I love passion fruit. thanks for sharing :-)

Faery said...

Thanks a lot girls for your kind words and for stopping by my blog

Mara said...

wow that yummy curd looks fabulous!!! i want to make some mango curd for cupcakes soon. mmmm.