We cut fruit such as papayas, bananas, mangoes, etc into thin pieces which has the same size as a potato chip and we boil them dried in sugar (Note: I am not sure if "boil something dried" is a correct expression, it means boils them until they are dried).
These fruit chips/jams can be stored for months.
Are they called "papaya/banana…chips" or "papaya/banana…jams"?
Chips often refer to potato chips and are boiled in oil. Chips are normally salty not sweet.
Jam is often a thick liquid not thin liquid (Note: I'm not sure "thick/thin liquid" is a correct way of saying) like this.
The below is the squash chips or jams (they are very popular in Asia)?
These are yum banana chips (the whole small bananas were boiled, they are not cut small) (Note: I'm not sure "cut it small" is correct)
Bigger bananas can be cut sideways (Note: I'm not sure "cut it sideways" is correct) before boiled.
Some Indian people say they are "candied banana/papaya..." or "candied fruit"
candied adjective /ˈkændid/ /ˈkændid/ [only before noun]
(of fruit or other food) preserved by boiling in sugar; cooked in sugar
candied peel (= of oranges)
I am not sure if we can say "banana/papaya... candy" or "fruit candy".