This is one of the simplest desserts you can make. And it’s awesome. And that’s pretty awesome for me, as I can’t say I’m overly blessed with free time at the moment (young child to look after and all). Feels like it’s some kind of trick to be honest. 3 ingredients and 10 minutes and I get that?! Yeah, worth trying out.
A posset is more traditionally made with lemon. However this is a Kiwi-fied version. Passionfruit is kinda exotic for Finns. Not that exotic for a Kiwi – I had great up with a passionfruit vine in the back yard.
- 200ml whipping cream (~35% fat)
- 1/3C white sugar
- 4 passionfruit
- Bring the the cream and sugar to a simmer, stirring to dissolve the sugar
- Allow to simmer for 3 minutes
- Meanwhile halve the passionfruit, scoop the pulp and seeds into a sieve, and stir with a spoon until you’ve got seeds left in the sieve and juice in a bowl.
- Take the cream off the heat, add passionfruit juice and stir to mix
- Pour into small glasses, and place in the fridge overnight to set.
- Serve with berry of whatever else takes your fancy.