This seamoss passion juice recipe is so very tasty; and bananas are added to more sweetness and thickness to the drink. This one you will definitely be making again.
1 tablespoon Seamoss gel
2 Passion fruit
2 small ripe Bananas
- Cut open passion fruit and empty the contents in a blender and add 1 cup of water.
- Pulse about 4 to 6 times (do not blend, the aim is to make it easier to remove the seeds and get more of the natural juice; passion fruit has a lot of seeds).
- Strain the passion fruit liquid to separate the seeds and pulp. There will likely be seeds remaining in the blender so rinse to remove seeds.
- Return the passion fruit juice to the blender.
- Add seamoss (If you are using raw seamoss; take about 1 g wash thoroughly and soak in water preferably overnight or for at least 5 hours). Also, add ginger and 1 cup water to the blender and blend until smooth.
- Peel and break bananas into smaller pieces add to the blender; and blend further until smooth.
- Serve as it is or chill if you prefer.
Serve: 2 persons
Recipe note: This is a recipe you can play with this recipe by adding more or less of the ingredients depending on the quantity you want. Not only is this a very tasty recipe it is also very nutritious. Seamoss in particular has a number of vital minerals that the body need such as potassium, sodium and magnesium to name a few. Passion fruit also is very nutritious and can aid the body when dealing such health issue and is noted to have anti-diabteic, anti-hypertensive among a number of other properties.
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