Monday, 6 July 2015

Many Ways To Use Papaya Fruits

Papaya is a tropical fruit tree which grow in Asia and some parts of America and Africa. It is  an oblong form and sizes from 5 to 20 inches. Well, it depends what kind of papaya it is as some papayas are as small as the size of my hands. It can be eaten ripe and unripe.  It taste yummy and has a soft texture. It contains Vitamins C and B, carotenes, fibers, magnesium, minerals amongst other. It contains papain which is an enzyme good for digesting proteins in our body.

Papaya is one of the fruits in my garden in the Philippines. When the typhoon hit our papaya tree, we prepared the ripe and unripe fruits in many ways. We did not like to waste them.

Ripe papaya.

The Unripe Papaya Fruits for :

  1. Papaya pickles with carrots, ginger and peppers.
  2. Chicken soup with papaya. A Filipino recipe.
  3. Using green papaya or the ripe seeds for marinating meat. It tenderizes meat.
Pickled unripe shredded papaya with carrots

 The Ripe Papaya Fruits for :

  1. Just eating it alone or with other fruits like fruit salad.
  2. Using the inner part of the papaya skin and the fruits for body scrub.
  3. For facial mask treatment.
  4. For making papaya fruit drinks such as smoothies and juice.
  5. Papaya cupcakes or cakes.
  6. Fruit ice candies with papaya.

Papaya Cupcakes

Fruit Iced Candies with Papaya

 I see now that I have to write some of the recipes of the photos I included here. I think I have written the papaya cupcake recipe at Bubblews. I am no longer sure. I have to check my files so I can share the link with you.

Ripe papaya

There are indeed many ways you can use papayas in your meals or snacks. Sometimes you just have to be creative.

Below is the link of my papaya beauty treatment I wrote for Hubpages. You are welcome to read it. It´s an amazing beauty treatment I have found accidentally during the time we had a lot of papaya fruits during that typhoon.

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