Sweet Papaya Jelly Brought Back Some Good Memories

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    jane1289

    Published on Aug 29, 2023
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    August 29, 2023

    I've been reading blogs uploaded on ThreeSpeak Shorts. I thought of making one just for a try. So this will be my very first video on ThreeShorts. I first made a landscape video, but when I checked the rules, it should be in portrait mode, lol. So I just edited the screen size.

    I recently made a papaya jelly since I got bored. Then I opted to take videos of the process. I hope you'll like it.

    Papaya is usually what I eat for breakfast and snacks because it is rich in antioxidants and digestive enzymes for my weak tummy. Moreover, it also reminded me of childhood memories. We had papaya trees in our backyard back in the day. We used to eat papaya with milk powder. We liked eating green papaya cooked in coconut milk too. That was our simple viand for dinner. The seeds would be scrapped off and saved so we could plant them again. It's my father who likes planting fruits and vegetables. And it's us who's taking care of his plants. So seeing papaya reminded me of the good old days.

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    For sure, you guys know how to make jelly too even without any tutorial. It's one of the easiest desserts that anyone could make. The process of making papaya jelly is just too easy and all you need are three ingredients: ripe papaya, gelatine powder, and sugar. Of course, you need water too.

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    I had two papayas left. One was scrapped off and set aside the skin. The papaya fruit meat was eaten after lunch 🤣. The other one was slices for the jelly toppings.

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    After preparing the papayas, I dissolved the gelatine powder in a small pot of water and then boiled it while stirring continuously. While cooling down, I put some papaya slices into the skin which served as the jelly bowl.

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    Afterward, I slowly poured the boiled gelatine into the papaya, let it cool down, and then refrigerated. After an hour, the sweet papaya jelly was ready to be eaten.

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    I added some toppings, because why not? I love eating papaya.

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    So that's it! The simple and sweet papaya jelly. After making this jelly, I discovered another way of making papaya jelly without scrapping off the fruit meat. I might gonna make it next time.

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    You can try this simple recipe if you want. A perfect snack for summer.

    You can also check the short video I prepared in ThreeShorts. Enjoy!

    Thanks for stopping by.

    (All photos are mine)

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