Passion fruit jam
Not only for those with passionate souls
The passion fruit owes its name to the jesuits and the discovery of America. This fruit was used by Jesuits to illustrate the Passion of Jesus Christ, since they apparently saw some similarities between the aspect of the fruit and the face of Jesus Christ on the cross.
Composition : this passion fruit jam is made with 55g of fruit for every 100g of jam
Serving suggestion: an exotic tasting jam, but one that doesn't demand too much passion over the breakfast table
Fruit, cane-sugar, lemon juice, fruit pectin