Chef's Handyman Passion Fruit Topping

Chef’s Handyman Passion Fruit Topping

Passion fruits are refreshing, very tasty but still a bluff package. Waste and not much content. That’s why I’m not a real fan of passion fruits. In combination with granola and yogurt I have changed my mind. As topping for the breakfast muesli, they are unbeatable. The flavor is tasteful and very fresh. After these breakfast cereals, you will be fit as a fiddle. Have a try.

Passion Fruit Muesli with Granola

For the granola, heat coconut butter in a large non-sticking frying-pan. Add 1 cup of oat flakes, 6 tbsp. off hazelnuts, 6 tbsp. of almonds, 7 tbsp. of dried ground cherries and cranberries. Sprinkle with 3 tbsp. of vanilla sugar. Maybe you prefer more sweetness, add additional sugar. Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper. Apply the mixture on top. Bake in the oven at 200°C or 400°C for 10-15 minutes. Cool on the wire rack. When cooled, pound the granola.

Chef's Handyman, Passion Fruit Muesli

Chef’s Handyman, Passion Fruit Muesli

Place the passion fruit pulp into a bowl. Sprinkle with lemon juice.

Place the yogurt or soy yogurt with the granola layer by layer into bowl or glasses. Close with the passionfruit topping. Garnish with a ground cherries.

Chef’s Handyman tip: Flavor the yogurt with fresh Thai basilic or peppermint, to give a special twist.

Chef's Handyman, Passion Fruit Muesli

Chef’s Handyman, Passion Fruit Muesli

Shopping list for the passionfruit muesli for 4 serves: 500 g or 1 lb yogurt or soy yogurt, 8 passion fruits, 1 bunch Thai basilic or peppermint, 1 cup oat flakes, 6 tbsp. hazelnuts, 6 tbsp. almonds, 7 tbsp. dried ground cherries and cranberries, 3 tbsp. vanilla sugar, 2 tbsp. coconut butter, 1 tbsp. cinnamon, 12 fresh ground cherries.

Have a great day, yours Chef’s Handyman team.