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The perils of passion fruit
Tonga Tiki
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Joined: Nov 14, 2006
Posts: 184
From: The Tonga Lounge in Safety Harbor, FL
Posted: 2013-04-28 6:33 pm   Permalink

I've had great success using the Goya purée. I make sure it's a little warm then filter it through cheese cloth into a pot. The process is a little messy and takes time since the sediment will try to clog things up a bit. Keep stirring it around to keep it draining. Then add the sugar to make a syrup. As mentioned earlier in the thread.. add an ounce of vodka to keep it stable. I would freeze some of it unless your going to really fly through some 1950 Zombies.

Enjoy!


 
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