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  • Makes 1
  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 4 Ingredients

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When passionfruit are in season, buy a big bag and make a double batch.


Ingredients (makes 1 medium jar or 2 small jars)

  • 60g Fresh passionfruit (about 8)
  • 60g butter
  • 3 eggs
  • 100g raw sugar

Method

  1. Place sugar in Thermomix bowl and mill 3 seconds speed 9.
  2. Add remaining ingredients and cook 15 mins speed 2 80 degrees.
  3. Pour into clean jar and refrigerate when cool.

Notes

This sets to a firm curd in the fridge. Reduce the number of eggs from 3 to 2 if you want it to be runnier. Keep refrigerated. Use within 3 weeks.

  • Wonder if you can do this in a pressure cooker?

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  • I don’t have a thermomix unfortunately but the recipe is so delicious

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  • I absolutely adore lemon curd. Will have to give this one a try

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  • Wish I could afford a thermionic, until then I think I’ll be trying this the old fashioned way in a saucepan

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  • Yumm! MoM team i think we need a thermomix section to keep track of recipes like these! I love my thermie and as a newbie think i should give this a go!

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  • this seems like an easy recipe to make. This would be delicious as well! Thanks for sharing your recipe darl!

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  • I adore lemon curd and make it regularly. I should imagine I would enjoy passion fruit curd too. I don’t have a Thermomix though so I’ll have to do it in a saucepan


    • I love lemon and passionfruit curd – both equally yummy!

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  • Thank you for sharing, this sounds amazing and we should give it a go if I get the chance

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  • Thank you for sharing love passionfruit curd and using it in on my cooking.

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  • This Thermomix passionfruit curd; wonderfully delicious and so simple to make.

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  • This looks absolutely delicious. Thanks for sharing.

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  • It does sound very delicious

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  • This looks so delicious. You used to be able to buy lemon and passion fruit curd from Coles and I have been trying to source it recently and they have stopped making it so I am so pleased you have posted this recipe. Thanks.

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  • Passionfruit is so wonderful – thanks for this recipe. Any reason to eat passionfruit!

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  • Love this. Cannot wait to try this in my thermy, thanks for sharing.

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