Sweet & Spicy Raw Papaya Moongphali Ki Sabzi: A mouthwatering side dish prepared with raw papaya, peanuts, and Indian spices. It goes well with parathas or rice.
Omakka Curry: A simple Kerala-style papaya curry made with raw papaya, coconut, tamarind, and spices. It is mildly spicy and tangy and can be served with rice or rotes.
North Indian Style Green Raw Papaya Curry: A comforting curry that can be quickly made in a pressure cooker. The raw papaya is cooked with onion, tomato, ginger, garlic, and spices. It is a great way to use up leftover dal as well.
Papaya Juice: A refreshing and healthy drink that can be made by blending raw papaya, cucumber, and beetroot. You can add some lemon juice, salt, and pepper for extra flavor. It is a perfect mid-morning drink that can boost your immunity and digestion.
Papaya Sandwich: A delicious and filling sandwich that can be made by spreading pureed dal on rye bread and filling it with sliced tomatoes, boiled eggs, boiled potatoes, and grated raw papaya. It is a good source of protein, fiber, and vitamins.
Raw Papaya Salad: A crunchy and colorful salad that can be made by mixing slivers of raw papaya, carrots, green chilies, cucumber, roasted peanuts, roasted melon seeds, salt, red chili flakes, and a dressing of olive oil, brown sugar, lemon juice, and garlic. It is a perfect accompaniment for any meal.
Fruit and Papaya Salad: A sweet and tangy salad that can be made by mixing chopped pears, kiwis, apples, yellow and red capsicum, slivered raw papaya, and a dressing of lime juice, lime zest, vinegar, sugar, coriander leaves, cumin powder, and cinnamon powder. It is a great way to enjoy the benefits of raw papaya and other fruits.