Monday, January 08, 2007

Panasa Pottu Kura/ Rawjackfruit fry

Set 1:

Young jack fruit tin - 565 g
Turmeric - 1/2 tsp
little salt

Set 2:

Oil - 3 tbsp
Mustard seeds - 1 tsp
Sesame seeds - 1 tsp
Chana dhal - 2 tsp
Urad dhal - 1 tsp
Red chillies - 5 no. (split)
Green chillies - 5 no. (slit)
Ginger - 1 inch (chopped finely)
Curry leaves - 2 sprigs
Asafoetida (hing) - a pinch

Set 3:

Mustard seeds - 1 and 1/2 tsp
Lemon - 1/2 no.


Set 1- Remove young jack fruit from the tin discarding water, keep the fruit in the blender and blend it until chopped finely. keep this in pressure cooker bowl, to that add little handful of water, turmeric and salt, pressure cook for 1 whistle. Remove excess water when it is cooked. keep aside.

2) Set 3- Take mustard seeds in pestle and pound it in to powder, to that add lemon juice, cover and keep aside.

3) Heat a deep non-stick kadhai, add oil and heat it up. Add one by one from set 2 in the order given above, do poppu thingi. Add now point 1 and fry until water is evaporated or less, switch off the flame and add salt to taste (remember you already added little salt before). Add point 2 paste and mix well.

Serve with
plain white rice, mudda pappu and majjiga charu.


1) Raw Jackfruit? Please visit these url for more info.

2) You can find these in tin form too in Chinese groceries and Indian groceries. Select the raw jack fruit for cooking.

© 2006 by Rajani Rayudu


Asha said...

Looks great Rajani.I don't get that veg but I could use the masala!:)

TNL said...

I've never had jackfruit...whats the taste like??


Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Asha
You can get that vege in chinese store too Asha.

Hi Trupti
I have posted links and the tin of the Jackfruit. Normally we all eat
ripe Jackfruit, it has got custard color. The unripe one you can use in curries, rice and the seeds which are in the fruit you can roast them or used in curries. It is very hard to cut them, lucky us we got in tin form.


Mrs. K said...

What do you think about the canned version of jackfruit? Does it taste as good as the fresh ones? We love jackfruit but never tried the canned ones. Your pictures are tempting.

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi rp
Welcome to my blog. Yup tin version works fine and the taste won't change.

Anonymous said...

hi rajani!!!
ur recipie is good.....i just want to kno wwether we can replace lemon with tamarind..?

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Aishu,
yup, just add the tamarind liquid while pressure cooking them. Thanks for dropping by........


Ram Kuntamukkala said...

This is one of my Fav curries..I tried it Last week, and we loved it.

Thanks a lot.

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Ram,
I am glad it turned out well for you. Thanks for your feed back, much appreciated......


Anonymous said...

Hey Rajini........its first time me peepin to ur blog.....good one....I'll try my level best to send an updated pic of the Jackfruit Curry i've prepared.....
Sorry for the intrusion
tc bye

Rajani Rayudu said...

Hi Aditya,

ya do send me the picture to my e.mail id.