The passionfruit is round or oval in shape with a tough, smooth and waxy rind. The flesh of a passionfruit is aromatic, pulpy and orange coloured with small hard, black or dark brown pitted seeds. Passionfruits have an appealing, musky and guava-like taste. Storage Unripe passion fruit will ripen when kept in a relatively cool and humid container. Refrigerate ripe passionfruit in a sealed air tight bag. Nutrition Passionfruit is a good digestive stimulant and low in saturated fat and cholesterol. Ideal for Passionfruits are usually eaten raw by cutting the fruit in half and scooping the flesh with a spoon. It is also prepared as juice, used in desserts or in cocktails. Its pulp can be added to yogurt but can also be used for cooking and baking.