How To Make Feijoa Vitamin Puree

Here is a complete recipe for raw feijoa jam with lime and mint. In terms of iodine content, this exotic green fruit can compete with seafood. Also, the taste of feijoa is an unusual mix of strawberries, pineapple, and kiwi. We recommend making a vitamin puree from feijoa with the addition of lime and mint. It can be eaten just like that or used as an addition to pancakes, cheesecakes, and even panna cotta.

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Feijoa puree through a meat grinder

Cooking time

  • 20 minutes

Calorie content

  • 192 kcal per 100 g


  • 400 g feijoa
  • 300 g sugar
  • 1 lime
  • Fresh mint

Cooking method

  1. Wash and dry the feijoa
  2. Cut and mince with lime and mint sprigs
  3. Add sugar, stir and transfer to a sterilized jar
  4. Store in the refrigerator for no more than two months
How To Make Feijoa Vitamin Puree
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How to eat feijoa correctly

Also read: Feijoa: Benefits, Harms, And How To Eat Them Correctly

Feijoa is eaten mostly fresh, added to salads, and rubbed with sugar. In this case, the peel does not need to be peeled off; this way, more vitamins are retained, although it gives an astringent taste. Jellies, jams, compotes, marshmallows are made from feijoa.

Not only sweets can be made from this green fruit, but also a salad with beets, walnuts, seasoned with vegetable oil, will be appealing to people who do not wish to gain extra pounds. The calorie content of feijoa is 55 kcal per 100g.

Adapted and translated by The Cop Cart Staff

Sources: Today Lifestyle