Papaya can be found in a variety of dishes from salads and chutneys to stir-fries and desserts. It's also tasty in beverages and smoothies. It can also be baked, sautéed, stir-fried, or pureed, depending on the recipe. Sweet, fragrant, juicy, and versatile - papaya truly is the perfect fruit!
Store your papayas at room temperature while they ripen, then move them to the refrigerator to prolong freshness. For sliced papayas, use an airtight container in the fridge.
Add a tropical twist to your mornings by tossing our papayas into breakfast dishes or whipping them into refreshing smoothies. Their soft, orange flesh is a match made in heaven for creating mouthwatering desserts
And guess what? Our papayas aren't just for the start of the day - they're also dessert magicians! Think of papaya sorbet or a cake that's got that papaya punch. They're full of good stuff, like vitamins, that your body loves.
Q. Is papaya good for digestion?
A. Papaya contains an enzyme called papain, which can aid digestion by breaking down proteins.