Tutti frutti is a colorful confectionery containing various chopped and usually candied fruits, or an artificial or natural flavouring simulating the combined flavour of many different fruits. It is most notable in Western countries outside of Italy in the form of ice cream. Fruits used for tutti frutti ice cream include cherries, raisins, and pineapple, often augmented with nuts. It contains a combination of raisins, currants, apricots, prunes, dates, and figs.
Made of fruits and contains red, yellow, green cherry cubes to add colors to your food and make it look delicious. It contains a combination of raisins, currants, apricots, prunes, dates, and figs. In the United States, tutti frutti can also refer to fruits soaked in brandy or other spirits, or even to fruit fermented in a liquid containing sugar and yeast. First of all wash and peel off the fresh papaya. Then prepare the pulp and mix sugar to bring sweet taste. As a raw material, you need unripe but fully grown bigger sized papaya and sugar. Heating is done.
Tutti-Frutti is used in making cakes and desserts, the most famous being kids' favourite tutti-frutti ice-cream. Bread loafs, cookies, buns and even dosas and idlis can be embellished with tutti-frutti to make them attractive for kids. It is also used as an attractive topping for sundaes and ice-creams.
Papaya Cubes (55%), Sugar, Acidity Regulator (E330), *Colour(s), Preservative (E202)
Energy 293.69 Kcal; Protein 0.3 g; Carbohydrate 72.83 g; Added Sugar 68.9 g; Total Fat 0.13 g; Vitamin C 5.76 mg