Using Papaya as Meat Tenderizer

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Papaya as a Meat Tenderizer

Learn to tenderize tough meat naturally. Bid farewell to tough, dry meat and say hello to succulent, tender, and flavorsome bites.

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Simple Ingredients

Find tips on choosing the right papaya and a lot more on the blog post!

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Step 1

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Start by washing the green papaya and cutting it in half lengthwise.

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Step 2

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Remove the seeds using a spoon and discard them.

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Step 3

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Peel the papaya skin or you can keep it on if thats what you prefer.

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Step 4

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Cut the papaya into small cubes.

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Step 5

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Place the papaya cubes in a blender or food processor.

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Step 6

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Add white vinegar and a little water.

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Step 7

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Puree the papaya until it transforms into a smooth paste,

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Step 8

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Transfer the paste to an airtight container.

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How much to use?

A good rule is to use one tablespoon of papaya paste for every pound of meat. Just rub the paste all over the meat. Head over to the blog post for storage ideas and FAQs.

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