Get cre­ative with... Pas­sion fruit

Shape (Malaysia) - - Eat Right -

If sum­mer had a flavour, it could eas­ily be that of pas­sion fruit: fresh and sweet, with a bright tang. In essence, what you crave most on a hot day. The pulp and seeds can be eaten plain, but don’t miss out on adding them to smooth­ies, yo­gurt, or other dishes for a great flavour punch. With ev­ery bite, you get vi­ta­mins C and A, plus polyphe­nols— Michelle Du­dash, R.D.N., says those plant com­pounds “may in­hibit skin can­cer growth and help with col­la­gen syn­the­sis.” Here, top chefs share their take on the trop­i­cal treat.

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