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In Bermuda, unripened papayas are called pawpaws.
Also see Article on Bermudian Cuisine


    4 green pawpaws -- skinned and diced
    1 tomato -- thinly sliced
    1 Bermuda onion -- thinly sliced, fried
    1/2 pound ground round -- browned and drained
    grated cheddar cheese


Cook pawpaws until tender.

Mash and put a layer into a greased baking dish.

Cover with a thin layer of tomatoes, then meat and onion, then cheese.

Repeat these layers until all ingredients have been used.

Finish with pawpaw, sprinkle with cheese.

Cover with bread crumbs.

Bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes.



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