Philippine Papaya

    Philippine Papaya


    Origin: Philippines

    Deliciously sweet with musky undertones and a soft, butter-like consistency, it is no wonder the papaya was reputably called the “fruit of the angels”

    It offers not only its luscious taste and golden yellow colour but also its many health benefits.

    If properly ripened, you’re in for a delicate treat. It has a mild to fairly sweet flavour and a creamy, butter-like texture.

    Papaya is a versatile, creamy fruit that reminds of avocado.

    You can use it to make different dishes and treats. People usually eat it raw when ripe, or use it for cooked meals when it’s unripe or green. Lovely combined with a squeeze of fresh lemon or lime juice.

    You can use papaya to make a variety of delicious delicacies, including salads, salsas, dressings, soups, smoothies, dried snacks, fruit bowls, etc.

    Papaya goes excellent with mango, kiwifruit, passionfruit, and different berries.

    You can also use it to make delicious smoothies, soups, salads, salsa, snacks, and dressings. Be creative and use it as your imagination tells you.

    Just like a banana, papaya tastes best when not too green, and not too ripe – it’s perfect when its three quarters yellow. To keep the same perfect taste and texture, put it in the fridge.