Passionfruit Tart

Oh, Sunday! Today I wanted to try something new, and I prepare for you guys a Passionfruit Tart. In Venezuela, we have all kinds of tarts, well known as pies, and the most beloved of my friend is my Lemon pie, however, I have never been a fan of Passionfruit. I remember that my mother used to send me to school with my fresh passion fruit bottle and to be honest I hated, I like almost all the fruits but passion fruit was a no go for me.

The funny thing about this story is that, since I am in Europe, I actually miss this particular tropical fruit, so today I decide, instead of making my normal Lemon pie, I will try a passion fruit tart, and of course here is the recipe.


The filling:

250 grams of condensed milk

2 eggs yolks

5 passion fruits

The Crust:

300 g Flour

200 g Butter

100 g sugar

1 egg


The Crust:

I like to start with the dough first, so I cut the butter in little cubes and mix all together, I make a ball and I put it on the fridge for at least 20 min.

After 20 min put it out I Roll out onto a floured surface… and cover the form I put the dough into the pie dish and trim the edges. And voila! You just made a piecrust.

With a fork, I punch a little bit the base of the pie and I put it in the oven for 10 min at 180 degrees

The filling:

For the filling first I sift the passion fruits to separate the seeds from the juice and reserve the seeds, afterward I mix the egg yolks, the condensed milk, and the passion fruit juice.

I put out of the oven the pie crust add the filling and I put it back in the oven for 20 min.

I place the passion fruit seeds in a small saucepan with the sugar and 175 ml of water over medium heat. Bring to a simmer and cook for 5 minutes or until syrupy. Place in a bowl and let it cold down.

When the tart is ready I will put the syrup on top and I will put it on the fridge for at least 2 hours before serving




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