May 25, 2007

JFI - Jackfruit Masala Curry












Bee and Jai at Jugalbandi are hosting this month’s JFI with a very special ingredient – Jackfruit (or Panasa kaya in telugu)
. I have never cooked with it before but I have tasted both ripe jackfruit and the yummy jackfruit curry (panasa pottu kura) that my Peddamma (Mom’s older sister) makes. But never have I thought of using the ingredient myself (don’t ask me why).

I have to thank Bee and Jai for choosing jackfruit as the ingredient, as it made me try it and both my husband and I liked the dish.
This recipe is from my cousin.

Ingredients:
Jackfruit – 1 can, drained and rinsed; chopped into bite size pieces
Onion – 1 large
Tomatoes – 2 medium, ripe (I substituted one tomato with 1 tsp tomato paste)
Ginger-garlic paste – ½ tsp
Curry leaves – 6
Cumin seeds – ½ tsp
Red chili powder – ½ tsp
Chole masala – 1 tsp (or Garam masala)
Aamchur powder – ¼ tsp (or little bit of tamarind pulp)
Turmeric powder – ¼ tsp
Salt – to taste

Method:
  • Heat 2 tsp oil on medium heat; add cumin seeds and when they splutter add curry leaves and onions; sauté till transparent and lightly browned on the edges.
  • Add turmeric, ginger-garlic paste and sauté for 30 seconds.
  • Add tomatoes; cover and cook till the tomatoes are tender.
  • Next add the jackfruit pieces, ½ cup of water. Cover and cook for about 8-10 minutes.
  • Add the powders and salt; cook for another 3-5 minutes. Serve with steamed rice or rotis.

5 comments:

  1. thank you, pavani, for your wonderful entry. this is a novel way to cook jackfruit.

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  2. Pavani,at last made it for JF girl!:))
    Looks delicious,thanks for the authentic recipe.I got some cans after many yrs and loved it.I have four dishes with JF,check out FH.Have a great weekend:))

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  3. Hey..what a lovely dish for Jackfruit...my in-laws make the panasapottu koora,but I dont relish it that much `coz of the tedious preparation.But I need to try this simple dish and moreover I never knew Jackfruit was available in tins(cans)...what am I waiting for??? Need to head straight for the supermarket now....:)

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  4. Hi Pavani,I just tried ur palakoora pulusu..yet to eat...will post the verdit tomm..

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  5. This recipe sounds totally new to me. never heard of making curry with thi. Thanks for sharing. It sounds so yum.

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