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December 22, 2009

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Sonia

Leslie, I'm not sure where you live, but passion fruit are now found in many mainland supermarket produce departments. The syrup is easy to make. If you can't find the fresh fruit, you can search for frozen, concentrated passion fruit juice. Usually comes from South America and they called it maracuya or maracuja.

If you still can't find it, a mixture of orange-lime syrup would be ok but the passion fruit has a more distinctive taste.

Leslie

can you replace the passion fruit syrup with something else? I would love to make this but cant get passion fruit syrup.

trina

Wow! That is just gorgeous! What a lovely interpretation of a traditional Thanksgiving dish.

Sonia

Hola, Joel....yes, it is! Feliz Navidad!

Taste of Cuba

Looks tasty!

Sonia

Aloha, Lucy
Hope you try it and like it...but what is there not to like....?
;-)

Lucy Jones

Aloha! I absolutely adore the purple sweet potatoes here. Like you, I spent many years in the South (Mississippi and Florida) and I like the orange yams. These have a distinctive flavor that is nothing like those, however. My students often make something like this with coconut milk to bring when we have a potluck meal. I'll have to try this one.
Lucy

Sonia

Thank you, Sarah....they are!

Mahalo, Devany....we love them prepared in any way!
I also make a very delicious soup using coconut milk or cream...

Devany

Looks and sounds great Sonia! We glean the fields for the food bank and often get to take home the odd shaped ones, so there are usually plenty in my pantry. I just love them masked with butter best of all, but this is a more festive way to do them!

Sarah H

Looks tasty and pretty!

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