Deliciously sweet, slightly chewy, dried diced papaya. Suitable for snacking, for baking and for adding to muesli. These pretty little cubes are great for decorative purposes to. packed in Great Britain
Papaya, sometimes known as pawpaw, is a tropical fruit that can be pear-shaped, cylindrical or nearly round. When ripe its skin is a deep yellow or orange, with similar coloured soft, sweet, fragrant flesh surrounding black edible seeds. Unripe papaya is green.
Recipes using papaya
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Choose golden, slightly soft papaya.
Store at room temperature for maximum flavour. If mottled green, allow to ripen.
Scoop out the seeds before serving. These can be eaten in savoury dishes. They have a peppery flavour and crunchy texture.
Papaya is very sweet and needs lemon or lime juice to bring out its flavour. Peel and seed and use in salsas and savoury salads mixed with fresh coriander, mango, chilli, fish, shellfish or meat. Ripe papaya is also good in tropical fruit salads and pur©ed in smoothies.
Use green papaya as a vegetable or turn into pickle. It is particularly good raw in Thai salads such as green papaya with sweet crispy pork.
Article by Sybil Kapoor
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