This Red Papaya and Sweet potato soup is super easy and oh so tasty.
This is one of the recipes I created for Rubyrise Papaya using their delicious papaya. It is a very yummy soup...if I don't say so myself. Visit the Ruby Rise website for more of my and others' yummy papaya recipes. Oh and please like the facebook post so that they ask me to write more recipes, because I LOVE writing recipes for them. 🥰
You can also find the recipe here on my website, link is at the bottom of the page.
A single serve, 150g of Red Papaya provides 150% of your recommended daily intake (RDI) of Vitamin C, 33% of Vitamin A RDI, 18% Folate RDI and 12% fibre RDI.
Eaten raw, red papaya will provide more Vitamin C and Folate, which are both water soluble vitamins which are reduced in volume with cooking and freezing.
Paired with oil or fat, (olive oil, avocado, nuts, seeds, dairy) red papaya will provide more Vitamin E, K and A (Lycopene, β-cryptoxanthin and β-carotene) all of which are fat soluble vitamins and require fat for absorption.
Crushed and cooked but not fried, red papaya will provide more Lycopene as the cells are broken to release the compounds which makes them more bioavailable.
ANTIOXIDANT, anti inflammatory, immunomodulatory, antiulcerogenic, Antimicrobial (antiviral, antifungal antibacterial, antiamoebic, antiparasitic, antihelminthic and antimalarial actions), antiplatelet aggregation, anticancer, antimutagenic, antitumoral, antiproliferative, antihypertensive, antihyperlipidemic, hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic ...so eat up.
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