Saturday, August 25, 2012

Ways to use paw paw / papaya

 
Growing up we enjoyed a constant supply of paw paws (or papayas as some people may know them as) from our own paw paw trees. Its a lovely tasting fruit. Sweet, soft and relatively easy to grow. Even up until the day she died, Mum nearly always enjoyed a slice of paw paw before breakfast. Besides tasting nice, paw paw has many dietary benefits. High in vitamins, minerals, dietary fibre and antioxidants. It will be in season in September and if you can get your hands on a couple, give them a try. Here's a couple ways to use them I found on Pinterest.
 

Paw paw ice cream
Paw paw bread
Source: via Patricia on Pinterest
Paw paw punch
Paw paw salad
Paw paw creme brulee
Paw paw vitamin boost salad
Paw paw rice paper rolls
Cheesecake with Lime, Passionfruit & Paw Paw
Paw Paw in Chilli Lime Syrup
Paw paw chilli chutney
Paw Paw Ice Cream served on a Paw Paw Waffle
Paw Paw Jam
Paw Paw Cake with Bourbon Frosting and Pecans
Thai Salad with Paw Paw & Chicken
Scoop out seeds, fill with yoghurt & almonds
Spicy papaya salsa
 
Papaya-Lime Sorbet Recipe
Papaya Ginger Smoothie
Papaya Berry Yoghurt Parfaits
Source: sunset.com via Evelyne on Pinterest
Chicken Papaya Rice Paper Rolls
Papaya skin brightening mask
Papaya Tangerine Ice Pops
Thai Green Papaya Salad
Cherry Papaya Pound Cake with Butterscotch Icing
Source: 123rf.com via Giselle on Pinterest
Dried Papaya
 

4 comments:

  1. I've actually never tried a pawpaw.
    I'll have to in September, Like the Popsicle and the rice paper rolls.

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  2. I have never had papaya either! Those look delicious though!

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  3. Some great ideas there! I am going to be pinning a lot of them!

    Thanks for linking up Anne

    Amy x

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  4. Mmmm... these all look so good. Too bad I don't know where to get Papaya. Maybe in the southern states.

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