Do you love passion fruit and want to know how to cook with it? Maybe you’ve never tried passion fruit and want to know how to use it in different recipes.
Passion fruit is a versatile produce (it’s actually a berry) that can be added to sweet and savory dishes. Passion fruit is popular in cakes, pastries and desserts aplenty. You’ll find passion fruit pulp and puree in juices, drinks and smoothies. While it’s delicious raw, it’s common to find passion fruit featured in recipes for sauces, seafoods and meats as well.
If you’re anything like us over at FruitStand, you’re never too far from your grill (or a giant bowl of exotic fruits) in the summer. With summer being the prime passion fruit season, we think you’ll love this grilled passion fruit chicken recipe! If this is your first time trying passion fruit in a recipe, you’re in for a real treat. This passion fruit marinade will infuse chicken (or pork, or shrimp) with a tangy tropical sweetness that’s brightened up with lime, rounded out with garlic and accented by the savory umami of soy sauce.
GRILLED PASSION FRUIT CHICKEN RECIPE
You can use this passion fruit chicken on top of salads, over rice and vegetables or grilled on simple wooden skewers. Plus, this easy passion fruit marinade pairs just as well with pork and with seafood like shrimp.
You’ll love the tangy, savory-sweetness of grilled passion fruit chicken! Adults and kids will love this crowd-pleasing chicken recipe made with fresh, ripe passion fruit. That’s what makes this passion fruit recipe perfect for any weeknight dinner or weekend cookout.
Prepare the marinade
Grill the chicken
Serve this chicken alongside your favorite grilled summer vegetables, in a warm rice bowl or over a fresh salad. Leftover grilled passion fruit chicken can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for two to three days.
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Photo from TheProduceMoms.
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