Sunday, February 19, 2012

Batering time for granadillas

Last Sunday my children were asked to help out at a friend who needed her little son to be played with while she made 200 fondant roses for a wedding cake. I sent along two children - one to play, one to help with the roses.

When I came to collect them she gave me a grocery bag full of granadillas from her hedge that stretches about 6 or 7m up the driveway. What a pleasure!

Within a day half were turned into granadilla butter for toast and pancakes...so yummy.

Littlest one helped me by taking out the pulp and stirring.



200g butter
3 cups of pulp
3 cups sugar
8 eggs beaten


Melt butter in a double boiler, add sugar and pulp. Add beaten eggs and stir from the sides to the middle until it covers the back of a spoon.

Pour into clean jars and allow to cool. It may seem a little runny but overnight in the fridge will firm it enough for toast.

3 comments:

Lois Evensen said...

That looks so yummy!

Carol Flett said...

I've never seen them before. What does it taste like.

Wendy said...

It is Lois.

Carol, others call it passion fruit. Its sweet and sour and yummy.