6 Reviews

Soooooooo tasty make it all the time when geust come around.

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ace200844 September 12, 2008

very nice,easy to make,thanks :)

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katej76 May 29, 2008

I agree that this was a little dense for me too, but the taste is really lovely and tangy

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mummamills March 31, 2007

Had a good flavor but quite a dense texture. Not sure I would make again

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BreadandTea December 22, 2005

Great! I added double the lemon rind and juice and it was lovely and tangy! Could use less sugar if you want to cut back. I have an old oven, and the middle of the slice didn't rise and harder properly. On my second attempt I split the mixture into two LOAF TINS to ensure more even baking.

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DanielleHoutgraaf May 31, 2004

Well these were not easy to make in snowy Canada, but I finally found frozen passionfruit puree in the fourth ethnic grocery store I tried. It's 'maracuya' in Spanish just in case anyone wants to know! These were very like an exotic lemon square. The amount of flour and the coconut in the top layer made for a denser, rougher texture than in lemon squares. Lovely flavour. I would think a guava puree would also be very good.

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Jenny Sanders December 26, 2003
Passionfruit and Lemon Slice