Chakka Vevichathu/Kuzhachathu

Jackfruit with coconut-spice  paste

Ingredients:-
Chakka chula/Jackfruit flesh - 500 gms
Grated coocnut - 1 cup
Turmeric powder - 1/2 tsp
Cumin seeds - 1/2 tsp
Green chilli - 2-3
Garlic - 3 cloves
Mustard seeds - 1/2 tsp
Oil
Curry leaves
red chilli - 1
Salt to taste

Method
Cook cleaned chakkachula/jackfruit flesh with 2 cups of water and salt to taste, until it is done,
for 15-20 minutes
Meanwhile Grind grated coconut , turmeric powder , cumin seeds, green chilli and garlic to a
coarse paste, by adding very little water.
Combine the coconut paste with the cooked jackfruit and mix it well using a big spoon.Add more
salt if needed
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds. when they pop up add dried red chillies and curry leaves
and pour it over the jackfruit-coconut mix.Serve warm!!!!

Cheers!!!

72 comments:

Ms.Chitchat said...

Loved the dish,new to me.

Panchpakwan said...

Looks so delicious dish..New to me.

Kairali sisters said...

Ayyo kandittu kothy sahikunilla sarah..Chakka okke evidunnu kitty??

Love
Kairali sisters

srikars kitchen said...

wow.. looks delicious & yummy.. nice click..

An Open Book said...

love the colours...

Uma said...

beautiful presentation! lovely way of cooking jackfruit :)

Deepti said...

Gr8 side dish n perfect to go with roti/chapati.

Shriya said...

This is new to me. Very delicious dish. I like the plantain leaf. Very lovely presentation.

Preeti Kashyap said...

Lovely recipe..I love jackfruit, wish I could get some fresh ones in US.

Padhu said...

Sounds new and interesting!!

Mrs.Menagasathia said...

new recipes looks delicious...

Sukanya said...

Wow. Nice and easy :) Lovely pic as usual Sarah!!

Cheers
Sukanya

TREAT AND TRICK said...

This sounds easy and yummy dish, quite new to me though...

Swathi said...

Sarah,

Chakka frozen or fresh. Looks good. I have frozen left. I need to try something with them.

Rachana Kothari said...

The dish looks so delicious and a very lovely click, Sarah!

Suja Sugathan said...

Wow chakka kuyachathu..Looks so delicious,love this with meen curry..
beautiful presentation dear...superb.

Priti said...

Looks delicious...we do in a totally diff way..this is yum

Shabitha Karthikeyan said...

Looks so good..Love jack fruit but I have never seen it here...

Cooking Blog Indexer said...

kandittu kothi sahikkunnilla...I ate left-over pizza for lunch today watching the pic of your chakkavevichathu...pizza is nothing compared to this, right?

divya said...

looks delicious...

Abraham Chacko said...

are u spoiling yourself in kerela with all this lovely stuff. wish i was there.

Aby said...

This recipe tells me you had a very nice time in kerala.
really been missing your updates in vazhayila.be regular and give us lot of your authentic malayali recipes.
Aby

Nostalgia said...

Adipoli.. this is when I miss home the most. I haven't had this for ages because every time I visit Kerala it will be off season. Good one.

Priya said...

Such a droolworthy dish, very interesting..

Babli said...

New and interesting dish. Looks colourful and delicious.

Sook said...

Love the color! Looks flavorful and yummy!

simply.food said...

Interesting dish I have never cooked with jack fruit before.

munchcrunchandsuch said...

enikkum venam..pretty pls..delicious

Lyndsey said...

It looks so good and interesting...I wish I could try it!

Dershana said...

chakka puzhukku is what we call this one. ente ettavum fav puzhukkaanu. i love it when my mil makes it for me :-) oronnum kaanichu kothipichonam. ithonnum ivide kittathilla :-(

Biren said...

I can't even remember when was the last time I had fresh jackfruit (not the ones in cans). They are so good. This dish must be delicious with the crunchy jackfruits and the spices.

Nitha said...

wow.. looks delicious.. missing home badly.. :(

Nandini said...

Wow! I love anything with cooked jackfruit! Mmm! I can sense its tastes!

shahana said...

Adipoli! Evidunnu oppichu ee fresh vazhayila.

Aparna said...

adipoli kothipichu enne

Krishnaveni said...

lovely dish...classic photo. great

Jaisy James said...

ente sara inagne kothhippikkalle. ente favourite anu ithu. agrahichu nattil ninnu onnu vannappol athu pazhuthum poyi ha inium ur pic kandu happy akakam. anyays nice click too

Valarmathi said...

Nice recipe, looks yummy.

jeyashrisuresh said...

never tried any dish out of jackfruit flesh.should give a yummy taste.

GayathriRaj said...

Looking delicious and lovely clicks....and that banana leaf is a gr8 idea and awesome...

Yummy Team said...

WOW!! Engane kothipikkalle, Sarah..Superb pic!!

shanthi said...

Delicious and sounds interesting

Sreelekha Sumesh said...

ohhh yummy!!!nattil poyappo kore kazhichu.Entethu draft il kedakundu.ethu kandapo kazhikan thonunu..

Parita said...

Simple and delicious!

Gouri Guha said...

Never cooked jackfruit with coconut. Something very different from my preparation. It looks great and...good sharing.

SathyaSridhar said...

Hmmm,,nice chakka fry dear colour looks beautiful..sure taste very good ah i never tasted jackfruit in this form dear..

Sushma Mallya said...

Lovely colour,looks really good..

AshKuku said...

That looks very very tempting & appealing.... Well prepared prep.... Jack fruit preps are my favorites forever..... Hugs ))))

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

Malar Gandhi said...

Interesting new kind of dish.:)

Simply Life said...

oh that looks so good!

vineetha said...

Oh my god..Ithu kanditu inu thane flight kayari nattil pokan thonunu.I have asked my amma to freeze some chakka chula for me..Njan nattil pokumbozhekum chakkayude season theerum :(

Hamaree Rasoi said...

I know very few preparations of Jackfruit. this sounds nice. Will try soon !!

Deepa
Hamaree Rasoi

sangi said...

chakka ennu ellam parayilla.athrakku ishtamanu...sathyam parnjal ettvum ishtamullathu...nattil thanne dear

Sayantani said...

love jackfruit curries. is it raw jackfruit or the ripe ones?

arthi said...

nice clicks!! looks so delicious!!

Priya said...

this is so lovely and delicious :)

Mallugirl said...

sarah, we eat this with meen molikittathu.. instead of kappa! ah yum.. is this from ur home photos?chakka evidennu kitti?

M D said...

Hey I love this thoran. We make a similar one and it reminds me of home whenever I see this.

Pari said...

Hi. A quick side dish with subtle flavours.

Leena said...

Lovely dish with subtle spices..YUMMY!

Dolly said...

Oh sarah..good to see u back..I guess I've missed quite a few of ur posts after u came back..Glad to know U had a great time..

Love this Jackfruit preparation..its new to me as well.It looks inviting and delicious..I love ur presentation as well..

Fathima said...

droolworthy!!! looks kidilam.. very nice click!

Vidhya said...

I love jackfruit..but this dish is new to me..looks delicious.

J said...

wow that looks enticing! lovely colour!

Reshmi said...

wow sarah.......i love it....itz color droooooooling me.............

Angie's Recipes said...

A delicious side dish! I never had jackfruit stir-fried.

Priya said...

ummm.. delicious.. love the pic :)

Haddock said...

Long time since I had this.

Jojo said...

Great blogs!!! keep it up.
one question-

how did you manage to get chakka in US?
you brought from your trip home?

Jojo said...

lovely presentation
Where did you get chakka in us

Sarah Naveen said...

@ Jojo...
This I clicked on my vacation last year ...
But i make this here in US too...Surprisingly the frozen ones from kerala works great ..I have tried many times :)

Anonymous said...

Did you get raw jackfruit in. Us

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