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1 large papaya
1 large mango
2 kiwi fruit
100 ml orange juice
2 tablespoons lime juice
Peel and halve the papaya and scoop out the seeds.
Slice the fruit crosswise and arrange the slices in 2 rows on a serving platter, or cut into chunks and put into a large serving bowl.
Stone and peel the mango and cut lengthwise into wedges. Arrange the wedges in a row between the papaya slices. Or cut into chunks and add to the serving bowl.
Peel the kiwi fruit and cut lengthwise into wedges or chunks. Scatter them over the slices of mango and papaya.
Mix the orange juice with the lime juice.
Halve the passionfruit and scoop out the seeds and pulp into the juice mixture.
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