Tutti Frutti is an Italian delicacy prepared from roasted or dried sliced fruit that has been stored. To make it more visually appealing, the fruit is often brilliantly colored with various dyes, and it can be used in a variety of ways. Tutti Frutti is traditionally used in ice cream and confections such as crumb cake.
- 500 grams raw papaya / papita
- 7 cup of water
- 2 cups sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 4 drops of food color (red, green, yellow)
- To begin, remove the skin off of raw papaya.
- papaya, sliced into little chunks
- 5 minutes of boiling papaya chunks in 4 cups of water
- Cook the papaya cubes until they are semi-transparent.
- Drain and set aside the water.
- Pour 2 cups sugar and 3 cups water into a big Kadia.
- Stir in raw papaya cubes that have been partially cooked.
- Boil for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally.
- Make sure the sugar syrup has a 1-string consistency and the papaya has softened but not lost its shape.
- Remove the pan from the heat and stir in 1 teaspoon vanilla extract. Mix thoroughly.
- Divide the cooked papaya cubes and sugar syrup into three equal pieces.
- To each portion, add 4 drops of red, yellow, and green food coloring and stir well.
- Allow 12 hours or a day of soaking to ensure that the papaya absorbs all of the colors.
- Drain the sugar syrup and set them aside to dry on a kitchen towel.
- The tutti-frutti will no longer be sticky once it has dried completely. Combine the colors in a bowl.
- Finally, tutti Frutti is ready to eat right now or store in the refrigerator for later.
It's usually used as a topping for ice cream, sweets, or cakes, with no specific recipes. These candied fruits are typically bright red, green, or yellow in color.