My parents have given me a big bag of passionfruit, and I thought I'd try making passionfruit curd with it. But I don't know when I'll get a chance to use it, certainly not within the next few weeks.
Can I freeze curd? I know I could freeze the passionfruit pulp instead, but I'd rather make the curd now and freeze it, so it's ready to go when I need it.
I have frozen lemon curd with out any issues. I like to eat it frozen though.
You may be able to freeze it, but I don't know how it would be over an extended period of time frozen.
Both are a good idea to take advantage of extra fruit. I've frozen all kinds of fruit curds successfully, and have often frozen fruit purees ....though I've never personally frozen passion fruit.
What about freezing the chunks?
Can you freeze the juice of any citrus, like key limes, limes or lemons as well?
That's so funny, because I found loads of recipes on passionfruit curd and decided to go with this exact one! I like that it's from a local cafe right here in my city.
I found this and am glad. i want to make some also.
I made lime curd and froze it for future tastings but I wasn't real pleased with the flavor after it was frozen...but maybe it was just that particular recipe, I dunno.