Idichakka Thoran



Ingredients:-
Tender Jack fruit/Idichakka - 1 cup chopped
Grated coconut - 1/2 cup
Shallots chopped/onion chopped - 1
Turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp
Chili powder - 1/2 tsp
Green chilies chopped - 4-5
Ginger chopped - 1 tsp
Garlic chopped - 1 tsp
Mustard seeds
Dried red chilies
Curry leaves
Oil
Salt to taste


Method
In a cooking vessel,add tender jackfruit/idichakka,turmeric powder and salt, and cook it covered by adding a cup of water.
When it is done remove from fire,drain it and allow it to cool
Shred it with mortar and pestle or mixer.
Combine grated coconut, and 1/2 of green chilies and grind it coarsely
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds.When they pop up add diced shallots and dried red chillies.
Fry it for a minute and add curry leaves, green chilies ,ginger and garlic.
Stir fry it for a couple of minutes and add the shredded idichakka.
Sauté well for a couple of minutes and add the coconut paste.
Cook it uncovered for 7-8 minutes ,stirring continously, until the thoran has become dry
Serve warm!!!!!

Cheers!!!!

53 comments:

Malar Gandhi said...

Heard a lot about this dish, they make tender jack fruit poriyal...guess its something similar to that, awesome recipe...dear. And I don't think I could ever find them here:(

Sarah Naveen said...

hey Malar you will get frozen tender jackfruits in Indian stores.
Yes its such a lovely dish...
Thanks for dropping!!

lata raja said...

As soon as I read the name, I was about to ask you the same. Malar did and you answered. Thoran sounds yummy. I have tasted only in a friend's place in jB, and that is about 7 years ago! your post makes me want it Alas I don't get the jackfruit here.

Shama Nagarajan said...

lovely recipe

Simply Life said...

Oh this looks soooo good!

Latha said...

Ayyo enikkuvayya....kothiyavunnu. I miss it so much :(. Lucky u get it in US..enjoy!!!

prasu said...

sarah you have such a cute and lovely space....I head about this curry but never tried cooking or having it.....ur curry looks absolutely delicious and love the pic.....if u have time pls. do drop by my space, www.myculinaryworld-prasu.blogspot.com.

Nostalgia said...

With that Kerala chicken curry you posted yesterday and this one together would have been something. drool! drool! drool!

Nirmal said...

entamme...
ninne njan kollum..
ithu kazhicha kalam marannu :-(
Where did you buy it from Patel brothers ,Subzi mandi?

Gulmohar said...

OMG..Sarah, this is making me drool..Did you make it using the frozen one?

shanthi said...

This is too lovely and my favourite, would like to have cups and cups of it.

Sailaja Damodaran said...

Heard about this but never made.Yummy

Sarah Naveen said...

Gud to hear that you all love it,
Nirmal chechy i got it from Patel, i think its there in Subzi mandee too...
Gulmohar Yes i made it using the Frozen jack fruit.:)

Viki's Kitchen said...

Idichakka thoran is my all time favorite. Thanks for the recipe. It came out perfect for you.Good job done dear.

Angie's Recipes said...

Heavenly jackfruit! I love it...

Anonymous said...

Honeychechy..
Ingane enne kothippikalle...
Nannayittundu..nalla photoyum

SJ

shahana said...

idichakka toran kazhicha kaalam marannu.enganai kothippikkallai sarah!!!

Anu said...

I have heard about this but never tried.. Will try.. Yummy thoran dear....

Balakrishna Saraswathy said...

Wow what a tasty looking jack fruit dish ..yummy yum yum :DD I love jack fruit very much nd have a few planted in my backyard in India..

Sushma Mallya said...

That looks good,lovely click sarah...

lissie said...

looks so perfect and yummy, Sarah! its been years since I had this thoran...

kothiyavunu said...

eswara..ingane kothipikkale!!!vaayil vellam niranju...:)ente favannu da...kurenalai kazhichittu...evide kittarilla.:( aa bowl ingu pass cheyyu.. njan theerthu tharam...:)superb dear!

AshKuku said...

I love it a lot... It is one of my favorite pallyas... My mom. if she has prepared & she happens to visit me, she brings it for me.. I love it with just plain ganji.....Hot rice with its starch..... DIVINE!!!!!!!!

Ash....
(http://asha-oceanichope.blogspot.com/)

My cooking experiments said...

One of my fav kerala dishes.Yours looks yummy and perfect.Drop by my space sometime.I am going to follow your lovely blog!

Priya said...

Delicious dish...

Raje said...

Umm looks delicious. Never made this will try your recipe.

Gita said...

Nice dish...I have never tried this dish though heard a lot about this...looks very tasty :)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

lovely dish - vegetarian mutton... thats what we call it...

Tina said...

Superb dear kothiyavunnuuuuu....ente fav anu...

chitchat said...

Always thought this recipe is laborious. You have made it look so simple, will be definitely trying it one of these days. Thanks for sharing. Pic is very inviting.

Chitchat
http://chitchatcrossroads.blogspot.com/

jeyashrisuresh said...

tried this in my friend's wedding.Very simple dish and looks yummy

Nandini said...

Wow! Jack-fruit fry is very attractive! It's tasty and scrumptious!

Sreelekha Sumesh said...

Adipoli sarah..ethu kazhicha kalm marannu..frozen ethuvare kandittilla..Tin l kandittundu..athu use cheyyan pattuvo?

Ally said...

Sarah, your blog is so wonderfully put together and i have lots to learn, i am a newbie! Such an inspiration to see the kind ov food, the photos....love it all,. Thankyu for taking yur time to visit my blog.

RAKS KITCHEN said...

We too make kootu and kari with jack fruit,sounds good,ur version!

Lady Boheme said...

Hello, your blog is very beautiful and this recipe is really good!

Parita said...

Thoran looks deliciously, love the click..very inviting :-)

Parita said...

Thoran looks deliciously, love the click..very inviting :-)

Parita said...

Thoran looks deliciously, love the click..very inviting :-)

Vrinda said...

Lov idichakka only in this form...i make this very often with canned one...yummy yummm

Saju said...

wow sarah, beautiful recipe. we had this idichakka or kadachakka as we call it, tree at home in india and my mom always makes one or the other thing with it. I never knew we get it here..will have to search the freeser section of my indian store.

s said...

ooh this brings back so many memories...great pic

Jaleela said...

sarah navin
//Jaleele...thanx for the msg in my blog dea..!!!
But unfortunately i couldnt read Tamil..Please help me..!!! :(//


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Jaleela said...

super jack fruit poriyal (thoran)

Vidya Rao said...

Reminded of the good old days in my granma's home!Yumm...

SriLekha said...

wow! it looks delicious!
Check out Oats series round up and i welcome u to join with us in the Variety Rice Series going in my blog!

Padhu said...

A different version of jack fruit curry/thoran .I love Kerala cuisines.Now I can try it from your blog.

Oraphan said...

Wow! That looks really good! I love jackfruits but I've never trid them in curry before. It sounds amazingly delicious, mmmm!!!

my kitchen said...

Looks so good,Want to try

Sarah Naveen said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments...
I know its a fav for many , as it is for me...
Saju, its not kadachakka...thats different...

Shri said...

Simply Wow, Sarah!

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine said...

This looks so delicious and yummy.

Roochi said...

one of my fav dishes... i hav had this only in hotel... gotta try out..

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