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FAQs about papaya leaf
You can make an interesting stir-fry with papaya leaves. Rinse the leaves in freshwater, roughly chop them, blanch them in hot water for a couple of minutes, and then add them to a hot pan with garlic, ginger, green onions, and Thai chili peppers. Add cubes of pork or browned tempeh to the stir-fry for protein. Make a zesty Caribbean-inspired soup by adding blanched fresh papaya leaves to a pot with fried garlic, hot chilies, and fresh or canned coconut milk.
People drink papaya leaf tea to help with digestive issues, help reduce or alleviate dengue symptoms, and reduce fevers associated with malaria and dengue. To make the juice, take fresh, young leaves, wash them, chop finely, and add them to a blender with water or your favorite fruit juice. Papaya leaves can have a bitter quality to them, so you may want to add a bit of coconut sugar, honey, or stevia to brighten up the flavor.
Papaya leaf tea has a strong, earthy, almost nutty flavor that lends itself well to a spoonful of honey. When using fresh papaya leaves, chop the leaves and place them in a saucepan covered with water. Bring the concoction to a boil, then simmer the leaves for about 20 minutes. Then, strain the leaves out and drink the tea, either hot or cold. If you're using dried papaya leaf, place the leaves into a teapot, add boiling water, and let it sit for about 30 minutes to draw out the nutritional benefits.