giant papaya (Carica papaya)
How to make Papaya Milk Jelly (microwave version, minimal ingredients)
1. Put 6g of powdered Gilletin in a bowl, add 70g of milk, stir well and leave for a while.
2. Wash the papaya, cut a quarter of the head crosswise, scoop out all the seeds with a long spoon, and find a container so that the papaya can stand upright.
Pour the remaining 130g of milk into the liquid and put it into the microwave oven for 30 seconds, until the milk is ready. Completely melt. Let cool for a while, then strain through a fine sieve into the papaya, cover with a papaya lid, wrap in plastic wrap, and refrigerate for 3 or 4 hours to cut into pieces. ❤️
Pour 70g of milk into 6g of Gillette powder.
It’s okay if the powder is still visible after mixing.
Wash the papaya, cut a quarter of the head crosswise, scoop out all the seeds with a long spoon, and find a container to keep the papaya upright. The cup I used.
Pour the remaining 130g of milk into the liquid custard and put it into the microwave for 30 seconds, until the custard powder is complete. Melt. Let cool for a while then strain through a fine sieve into the papaya.
Close the papaya lid, cross the interface with plastic wrap.
Don’t waste the excess liquid, cut any fruit at home into it, and refrigerate it with the papaya, and soon there will be a fruit jelly.
That, mango jelly is the best. My kids dig a bowl at a time to have fun.
The papaya jelly is done and sliced.
I didn’t add sugar and I think it’s enough, if you like sweet you can add some sugar. Use the microwave to do without the stove and less to wash a pot, easy as can be. We all remember to try it! ❤️