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These woody climbers produce really delicious fruits that add a characteristic crunch and tang to sweet and savoury dishes. They are also known as passion fruit and are popular for juices, desserts, salads, or just freshly plucked from the plant.
The granadilla flower is extremely unusual and distinct, with a lot of exquisite detail. Granadillas, which are technically berries, are usually dark-purple on the outside but there are also varieties that have a beautiful yellow skin. Inside, there is orange-coloured juicy pulp that is attached to about 250 black, edible seeds.
Granadillas have carbohydrates, fibre, iron, phosphorous, and vitamins B and C. They are believed to ease stress and anxiety and to improve sleep. They also contribute to heart health, gut health and good eyesight.
Guavadillas are also known as quavadillas and yellow passion flowers. It is the yellow version of the better-known purple granadilla and its fruits can grow to be the size of the average grapefruit. They are delicious eaten fresh or added to juices for a fragrant, tangy burst of flavour.
If you decide to eat it fresh, allow it to mature for a few days after plucking. Once the skin is wrinkled, it will be even sweeter and more delicious.
Guavadillas have good amounts of dietary fibre, protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, zinc, beta carotene, phosphorous and vitamins A, B and C. They help to reduce high blood pressure.
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