Homemade Passion Fruit Vinegar | Fruit Vinegar
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Recipe type: Condiment
Serves: 500ml
  • 500g Passion Fruit Pulp (from about 1kg of Passion Fruits)
  • 300ml (1 ¼ cup) Cider Vinegar or Rice Vinegar - I use Braggs Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 200g Sweetener of choice (I use Raw Honey)
  1. Place passion fruit pulp in a bowl and lightly mash it up with a fork to release more juice from the pulp. Pour the pulp with seeds into a glass container with vinegar and leave to macerate for 5 days at room temperature. Stir once or twice.
  2. After 5 days, pour the fruity vinegar into a heat-sterilised cheesecloth hung over a jug. You can hang the cheese cloth over a tap or tie it to the handle of a kitchen cabinet. I hang mine using glass container cover to hold the cheesecloth. Hang it for 4 hours to drip. Try and resist squeezing the bag to speed up the process as it will make the vinegar cloudy. I couldn’t resist a gently squeeze after 4 hours; you will see that it is a tad cloudy.
  3. Measure the fruit vinegar and pour it into a non-reactive saucepan. I got approximately 600ml of vinegar. To this I added 200g honey. This is lightly sweetened, just the way I like it. The standard seems to be for every 600ml of vinegar to add 450 grams of sugar. This makes a thick syrup, whereas mine is a thinner one.
  4. Bring the vinegar slowly to a gentle boil, stirring with a wooden spoon occasionally until the sugar completely dissolves. Boil gently and steadily for ten minutes. Take off the heat. Pour into sterilised bottles. Seal and store in a cool dark place. Homemade Passion Fruit Vinegar Homemade Passion Fruit Vinegar Homemade Passion Fruit Vinegar Homemade Passion Fruit Vinegar
If you are using other fruits, mash/blend the fruits before soaking in vinegar. you will need the pulp + juice to soak in the vinegar.
Recipe by at https://justasdelish.com/homemade-passion-fruit-vinegar-fruit-vinegar/