Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Tender green Jackfruit curry

1 tin tender green jackfruit
2 tbsp onion
1 tsp garlic
1 tbsp curry leaves
1 green chillie
2 to 3 tbsp tomato
3/4 tsp chillie powder
1/2 tsp garam masala
1/4 tsp turmeric
1/2 tsp salt
2 gambooge or goraka *
1/4 cup water
1 tbsp coconut milk powder mixed with 1/4 cup water

Heat oil sauté onion, garlic, green chillie and curry leaves. Add the tomatoes, spices and jackfruit. Mix everything with water and cook covered in low medium heat till the jackfruit is cooked and has absorbed flavour.

Add the coconut milk powder mixed with 1/4 cup water and cook till it thick.
Serve as a side dish.

*Also known as kudampuli, malabar tamarind, gambooge, brindleberry, bilatti amli

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59 comments:

  1. Jack fruit curry sounds interesting....never made jack fruit in this way...curry looks so yummy!!

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  2. Believe it or not, I have a jackfruit tree in my garden and I've never even tried making curry with the fruits! But this post looks so delicious that I may just have to try it soon :)

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  3. Tender green jack fruit is all new to me - but if it is a curry - it makes me happy.

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  4. Yummy tender Jackfruit curry :) Its been a while tat we had anything with Tnder Jackfruit, This looks delicious...

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  5. This is a new one, have never cooked much with raw jackfruit., looks superb..

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  6. So new to me !! looks delicious !!

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  7. Back Home I would cook with fresh jack fruit. It is so tasty. Can I use tamarind in place of goraka?

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  8. Awesome looking jackfruit curry dear. Wonderfully prepared.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  9. Having jackfruit in curry! This is very new to me. You are always good in creating very innovative dishes.

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  10. A healthy and delicious curry...Very difficult to find these here

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  11. wow super curry , jack fruit is one of my fav..

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  12. Looks yummy, delicious and flavorful

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  13. This looks like an intriguing dish. I actually do not think I've ever had jackfruit. I must try.

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  14. Jackfruit curry is a favourite at our home. It is sort of the vegetarian's non-veg curry! I liked the addition of curry leaves and coconut in your recipe.

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  15. sounds new to me...
    looks delicious dear :)

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  16. This Jackfruit Curry Recipe is exotically delicious. Since very long I wanted to try this but didn't know how to make it. I'll try!

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  17. Oh my, looking at your wonderful curry brings back memories of my mum using the same fruit and doing the same. Fantastic serving with rice.

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  18. This is an old favourite...we call it the vegetarian's meat...the dish looks yummy :-)

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  19. Very interesting and different recipe

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  20. Looks delicious! I have not eaten jackfruit curry in ages! My mom used to cook this when we were young!

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  21. I've never eaten jackfruit but I love the flavours in your curry. If I can get it tinned I will definately try it.

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  22. Awesome....curry....lov it

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  23. wow dear...it's awesome....i never tried it..but my husband keeps talking abt it!..now I think i too hv to try making this once at least....well did not see ur recipes for a long time and find this one interesting!

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  24. The jack fruit curry looks soo delicious!! It has been years since I tasted these... :)

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  25. my most fav summer vegetable. you made it so well. looks scrumptious.

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  26. It's been a while but here I am :)!
    I've never had jackfruit, this is such an interesting recipe!

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  27. Love jackfruit in any form...Delicious curry..

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  28. wow, just delicious...its been long i had tender jackfruit..too tempting !!

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  29. Very delicious ,I like anything from tender jackfruits..

    Erivum Puliyum

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  30. Tender jackfruit is a favorite of mine. I try to get a couple of cans from the store every time, but most often I coarsely crush them and stir-fry with grated coconut. But I love the way you've made this curry with coconut milk.

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  31. jackfruit curry is my favorite...:)

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  32. This is totally new to me, once I get the jackfruits will try for sure...

    -Mythreyi
    Yum! Yum! Yum!

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  33. Tender jackfruit curry awesome and delicious...i made tender jackfruit thoran.will post as soon as

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  34. looks so delicious & mouthwatering!! one of my favourites from Sri Lanka.
    I cooked this recently as I recieved some raw jackfruit from Sri Lanka,I could keep those for 2 weeks in freezer & cooked time to time....:)

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  35. mmm... adipoli jackfruit curry. I usually make thoran with this, but never tried this. Thanks for sharing.

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  36. pero que plato más completo y delicioso, que ricooo!!! besos

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  38. Awesome recipe,jack fruit curry looks so delicious.

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  39. i love jackfruit curry and it's been a long time since I had it. This looks great

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  40. I remember having this as a kid, it looks yummy!

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  41. Jackfruit curry...that's an unique and delicious looking dish.

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  42. Wow, this is totally new to me...jackfruit curry, sounds very interesting.
    Hope you are having a fabulous week :)

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  43. I don't know where to get jackfruit over here whereas it is not hard to find back in Asia as long as in season.

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  44. U cook such a different recipes :)

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  45. Assalamu alaikkum akheela,
    been a very long time since i visited here.
    my God, i must say ur photography has improved very much...ur pics are more inviting now :)

    shall surely take time to go through all those missed yummy recipes:)

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  46. Looks great. I love jackfruit in any form unfortunately no one else shares the enthusiasm

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  47. do you get gambooge in toronto?

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  48. Looks yummy. Have you tried doing Thai curries? I think that they are just wonderful when done right. I have blogged on making your own red curry paste. http://caroleschatter.blogspot.co.nz/2011/11/how-to-make-proper-red-curry-paste.html It is a bit of work but the results speak for themselves

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