Search

Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content

Papaya Juice / Pappali Pazha Juice

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on whatsapp

There is a general opinion that papaya is not suitable for summer. This is considered as one of fruits that

generates heat inside the body. but this is not true. Believe me, ripe papaya is good for health but it has to be consumed in correct quantity. It is good to have once in a week. It is also good to heal the stomach ulcer and helps easy digestion. Papaya fruit gives skin glow, prevents heart attack by reducingthe cholesterol level.

I prepared this juice using the papaya with red color flesh. I used to get only yellow flesh papaya in Chennai and when I saw this red colored flesh papaya here in my native, tempted to make juice and click. I am posting it under this week’s beverages series since I don’t have any other recipes at hand as of now.

Basic Information:

Preparation Time: 10 minutes

Serves: 3

Ingredients:

Ripe Papaya – 3 cups, skin peeled and de-seeded

Cold water – 1 cup

Sugar – 3 tablespoons

Ice cubes – as required, optional

Method:

1) Cut the papaya in lengthwise. Remove the seeds using spoon. Using the same spoon, scoop out the flesh from it. This way you can easily separate flesh from skin. I got 3 cups of flesh from one large papaya.

2) Put the flesh in a blender/juicer.

3) Add sugar and blend it for 1-2 minutes.

4) Add water and blend again for 10-20 seconds.

5) Pour in glasses and serve chill with ice cubes.

Notes:

1) Use only ripe papaya to make this juice.

2) Adjust the sugar quantity based on your taste buds.

You May Also Like

Comments

22 Comments
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
virunthu unna vaanga

Very tempting juice uma… love the presentation…

Vimitha Durai

Loved the color and the clicks too

Mahi

I am crazy about papayas! I can simply eat the entire fruit in the picture! 🙂

Mahi

Kanakaambaram poo enga pudicheenga Uma? You have the plant at home or what? It's been years I have seen this flower!

Unknown

Hi Mahi, We have this plant at home..:-)

Radhika Vasanth

We get the red ones here but I always crave for the yellow ones that I grew up eating from our garden. I am with you on the benefits of papaya.

Nalini's Kitchen

Papaya juice looks so tempting Uma..loved the vibrant red color..Nice clicks as always.

Torviewtoronto

yummy flavourful drink beautiful presentation

Menaga Sathia

Love the colour n nice presentation!!

Teena

Papaya is one among few fruits that I'm not fond of. But your click makes me to try this 😉 Loved the bright colour!!!

divya

oh wow…Mouthwatering here…Loved the drink…so tempting and delicious!

Sangeetha M

to the same i used to add 1/2 cup milk…very healthy and delicious drink..i take this fruit/juice regularly..loved its vibrant color…beautiful pics uma!

great-secret-of-life

healthy Juice.. nice color

Unknown

love the color…wonderful clicks…

Hamaree Rasoi

Healthy and refreshingly cool papaya drink.
Deepa

Unknown

Worth trying,we have to hunt for such colored papayas in Delhi,During winters we do get such "Disco" another name for colored papayas.

Unknown

Wow very eye pleasing clicks uma u. Rocking

divyagcp

Colorful and refreshing juice.. Love the presentation and the clicks. Specially, the kanagaambaram poo in the picture makes me nostalgic.

Unknown

looks nice. very useful information with the beautiful clicks.

www.mahaslovelyhome.com

great 1 to start a day,love d colour.

Shanthi

awesome color..beautiful clicks too….
Today's recipe: 7aumsuvai.com/2013/05/mini-apple-cinnamon-tart.html#.UYPQYrWG3qc

Plateful

Lovely color and shots!