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Bangkok Street Food's Green Papaya Salad

Serious Eats Caroline Russock 2 comments

This recipe from Bangkok Street Food comes from years of on-the-street research—that is,loads of spicy-fresh papaya salads made streetside, pounded with a mortar and pestle for optimal enjoyment. Aside from the papaya and a really fabulous dressing of chiles, garlic, and fish sauce, this salad calls for a few other veggies: long beans and Thai eggplant. Finished off with a handful of roasted peanuts and chewy dried shrimp, this papaya salad is tasty on so many levels—crisp, hot, sweet, crunchy, and fishy in the best possible way. More

Zero Proof: Papaya Lassi

Serious Eats Christianne Winthrop Post a comment

Before Jamba Juice and Smoothie King took over our morning meals and afternoon snacks, there was the lassi. This yogurt-based beverage has been an Indian tradition for hundreds, and some say thousands, of years. A lassi can be either sweet or savory and is frequently served during the summer to combat the heat. This version is a variation on the tremendously popular North Indian mango lassi, using papaya and citrus for a bright and refreshing drink. More

Eating for Two: Papaya Sorbet

Serious Eats Robin Bellinger 4 comments

Has your baby reached the "papaya" stage? Image from The Nest Earlier in my pregnancy I kept coming across books and websites that would inform me of baby’s current size by comparing her to a fruit or vegetable. This struck... More

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