Mr Zhu’s wife – Yen is such a sweetheart.. and quickly ran out from her restaurant to give me this papaya dessert .. a few weeks ago.  As you all know I’m diabetic.. so i had to eat them sparingly.  But the papaya were soft..and the syrup wasn’t too sweet.. just nice.. and it really reminded me of home.  The papaya’s color were awesome donch you think.  Bless her kind heart..!!


  1. Lina

    Hey Jan, u’re so blessed with so many kind hearted ppl around u! From pix, it looks good n yummy 😛

  2. tsuchiyama

    MB you are lucky to have nicefolks, The Zhu family by your side.
    I know what is papaya . I saw fruits hawker selling papaya in Singapore .But I do not dare to eat papaya because of the unique smell of papaya.

  3. Pandora

    you’re so lucky to have the Zhu family to cook all these yummy food for you – i’m so jealous lol

  4. snow

    I heard that papaya dessert is good for ladies. U r lucky to have Mr Zhu and his family.

  5. Frances

    we have very sweet and fresh papayas here in the summer, we buy them by the box,it contains 9 papayas for US $ 17.00. These type of Papayas come from Haiwaii and i like better than the ones come from Mexico,they are more sweet and tender, we like to eat it fresh,no cooking for me:0)!!
    Happy Summer to Everyone!

  6. keen

    Your papaya dessert looks nice but I have not try eating it this way. I normally put the papaya in the fridge first. When it is cold then remove and cut into half. No need to remove the skin. Squeeze lime or lemon juice on top. Use a spoon and scoop the flesh….yummy!!!

  7. Yenny

    hmm Yum…. I havent tried eating papaya this way… and Papaya in australia is relly expensive.. so we rarely have it here… would only have it when I go back home…

  8. Fiona

    The papaya dessert looks yummy!!! Any recipe for that??? It’s not that easy to find papaya in the UK.

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