Feb 22, 2009


Chopped baby jack fruit --- 1 cup
Chopped onion --- 1 big (very finely chopped or greated)
Tomato --- 1 big chopped
curd --- 1 tab sp(yogurt)
Red chilli powder --- 1 tea sp(or according to your taste)
Turmeric powder --- 1/2 tea sp
Salt to taste
Oil --- 1 tab sp
Cumin seeds -- 1/2 tea sp
Clove ---4 no.
Cinamon --- 1/2 inch piece 3 no.
Cardamom --- 4 no.
Broken cashew nuts --- 10 no.
Ghee --- 1 tea sp
cashew nuts --- 10 no.
Poppy seeds --- 1 tea sp(you can replace poppy seeds with mellon seeds)
Garlic --- 6 cloves
Ginger --- 1/2 inch piece peeled and chopped
Dry roast cashew nuts and poppy seeds and griend all above ingredients with little water in to a smooth paste.
chopped coriander leaves for garnish.
peel wash sand chop baby jack fruit and cook in a pressure cooker for 1 whistle
Heat oil in pan add cumin seeds, clove, cardamom, cunamon and let them popup then add chopped onion adfry till onion become soft.
Now add chopped tomato, salt to taste, turmeric powder,red chili powder mix well and let it cook till tomato become soft now add yogurtmix well and then add ground paste mix well and fry for few min.
Add little water to cook masala till oil leaves from the sides ofthe pan.
Now add chopped and cooked baby jack fruit to masala mix well add 1/4 cup water and cook in a high flame till all water evaporates and curry become little dry (but dont make this curry fully drythis should be like tokku)
Now fry broken cashew nuts in 1 tea sp ghee and pour over the curry and switch off the flame and dish out in ti a serveing bowl and sprinkle chopped coriander leaves on top and serve hot.

This curry is a very good combo for roti and naan or you can have with hot rice also and one more is you can use this as a sandwich filling
Enjoy your meal.
This is my entry for AFAM --JACKFRUIT hosted by lakshmi of Taste of Mysore and event satarred by Maheswari
And also my entry for Garnishing Event at Food Fanatic.


Adlak's tiny world said...

kalakara with deco la... hm beautiful presentation.. andha rose and bowl of curry enaku thane.. idho varen.

Unknown said...

looks delicious..love the rose you presented so beautifully...

Lakshmi said...

tomato poovu chala bhaga vacchindi Rekha. market velli Panasakaya techhukovali ani anispistavundi curry choosi :)

Unknown said...

Looks delicious.. nice entry.. will try this..

Priya Suresh said...

WOwow delicious koora, rekha u r coming up with delicious babyjackfruit dishes dear..

Deepthi Shankar said...

woe, thatz such a yummy dish .. I love that rose

Swapna said...

Beautiful presentation. very tempting & creative.

Trupti said...

looks very delicious..rose looks very nice..

Cham said...

Vrey new dish, lovely presentation

Vani said...

This looks amazing! Loved the little flower garnish too.

Sam said...

What a great looking. Beautiful presentation, rose looks very nice. Will try it out soon. Thanks so much for sharing.