PAPAYA BOATS WITH FOREST FRUITS
• 2 min. read
A delicious breakfast doesn't have to be complicated. These papaya fruit boats come together in minutes and pack a bright burst of color and flavor. They're perfect for a hydrating, filling breakfast that's easy to digest and will get your day off to a good start.
- 1 large Maradol variety papaya;
- 2 bananas, sliced;
- 3 cups mixed berries;
- 1 lime (optional).
Method of preparation:
Cut the papaya in half lengthwise and scoop out the seeds. Place the two halves of the papaya on a plate with the hollowed sides facing up. Arrange the banana slices and berries in the middle of each papaya half. Optionally squeeze lime juice over the papaya boats and enjoy!
Portions for 2 people.
- The Maradol variety of papaya is available in some major supermarkets. If they are still green and unripe, look for ones with at least a yellow-orange skin. Left on the counter, they will ripen until their skin dissolves when pressed, similar to a ripe avocado.
- If you're unfamiliar with the tropical taste of papaya, lime juice is the perfect addition, which is why it's included as an optional ingredient in the list above. A simple squeeze of lime juice on the papaya brings a special pleasure that is worth experiencing.
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