Back with refreshing passion fruit juice!!!

It is almost two weeks that my blog has been silent. It was some health problems due to which blogging could not be given a priority. Now that I feel much better but a little depressed, I decided to blog today especially to cheer me up.

Before going to todays recipe, I would like to wish the readers of Creative Saga a very happy Christmas!!!(though a bit late)Hope you all had a great time. I was planning to bake a Christmas cake ,but couldn't do so, maybe next time.

This year is coming to an end and I noticed that I have posted only a few posts each month as compared to the last year. But I managed to post good healthy recipes as I had promised in the beginning of this year. And am sure to continue doing so the next year. I am planning to spend some quality time with blogging and come up with some interesting things in my other blog too. So hope you keep visiting.

I bought some passion fruits few weeks ago and managed to make some nice juice with it today. A couple of years ago an ex-collegue of mine in India used to supply me this wonderful fruits fresh from the garden and we used to just love the juice made with it. When I saw them in Singapore recently, I was reminded of it and immediately bought them. Passion fruits has lot of health benefits too.

Back with refreshing passion fruit juice!!!It is almost two weeks that my blog has been silent. It was some health problems due to which blogging could not be given a priority. Now that I feel much better but a little depressed, I decided to blog today especially to cheer me up. Before going to todays recipe, I would like to wish the readers...

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    Ingredients

    Passion fruits
    3-4nos
    Sugar- or according to the sweetness you prefer.
    1/2 cup
    Water
    2-3 glasses

    Steps

    1. Cut the fruits in half and extract the seeds from it into a bowl. Pour the water in it and keep stirring for a few minutes. Filter it and squeeze the seeds to extract all the pulp around it. Discard the seeds. Add sugar to the juice. Mix well. Chill and serve.
    2. The seeds are edible too and you can avoid filtering , but I remove them as I don't like biting into them.
    Back with refreshing passion fruit juice!!!