I've never used it or seen it used in any other dishes. There has to be some out there.
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Scoop the seeds, cube, lemon or lime juice, freeze, and eventually turn into a killer sorbet. Maybe with some kiwi, some pineapple, some tequilla . . .
papaya soup? This one looks interesting: http://www.foodandwine...
I've hesitated buying a green papaya because of that exact reason. They are HUGE!
okay, now that word sounds weird...papaya papaya papaya.
Good luck with your leftover papaya! Tell us what you make.
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
What does that phrase mean, anyway?
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