Papaya Salsaby Divina P in User Contributed
This vibrant salsa is a great accompaniment to fish, prawns, scallops or chicken.
- Serves: 2 cups
- Active Time: 30 mins
- Total Time: 30 mins
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In a pan over medium heat, toast sesame seeds until lightly golden brown.
Transfer to plate and let cool.
Cut the both ends of the papaya. Place the base of the papaya on a chopping board. Peel with a chef's knife from top to bottom.
Cut in half and remove seeds and scrape the fiber with a spoon.
Cut into 1/4-inch dice. Transfer to a bowl.
Add all the ingredients to a bowl with the papaya along with the toasted sesame seeds.
Allow the salsa to sit for 30 minutes. Serve with your choice of protein.
Papaya contains the enzyme papain that helps digest protein.
You can substitute papaya with mango or pineapple.
Mint leaves can be substituted with cilantro leaves.
* Chili oil can be found at Chinese or Asian grocery stores.