Stir fried Young Jack fruit / Jackfruit Thoran


Ingredients


  • Young Jack Fruit - 1 Can
  • Onion - 1 small , thinly sliced
  • Fresh coconut - 2 tbsp
  • Red chilli powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Garlic cloves - 2 crushed
  • Vegetable oil - 2 tsp
Directions
Remove the Jack fruit from can and drain water. Remove the center chewy part of the Jack fruit slices. (If you are using fresh young Jack fruit, remove the outer layer and then cut it into slices and remove cenetr part). Boil the jackfruit pieces in water and little bit salt for about 5 minutes, until it is soft. Remove the pieces from water and drain the excess water. Let the jack fruit slices to cool down and the split them into thin pieces by hand or using a fork. Add the sliced onion, coconut , red chilli powder, garlic and salt. Mix well. Heat about 2 tsp of vegitable oil in a pan and when the oil is hot add the prepared mixture and stir fry it for 4-5 minutes. Do not make a it very dry, but remove the excess water only.

Picture of young jack fruit from Wiki.

28 Comments:

Ann said...

WOw.. I love this so nice, crispy and yum yum

Aysha said...

It looks so nice..I loved the presentation...This is one of my favourite dish..

HannahBanana aka Amanda said...

Wow, a very interesting recipe! Thanks for sharing it!

Padma said...

Looks so nice and also your presentation is too good ...

Springbird said...

Hmmm...something new to me.Looks good.

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

My favourite thoran. Never tried making it with a can jack fruit. Will sure try it soon:).

Sailaja said...

looks lovely

Ramya said...

Vrinda,This is totally a new dish to me!!Looks yumm

Uma said...

looks so yummy and tempting!! Pretty bowl :)

Poornima Nair said...

Yumm...love this with some rice and pulicheri.

Mangala Bhat said...

yummy! new to me ..thanks for sharing !!

Pooja said...

Looks so delicious Vrinda :) Ente favourite! But unfortunately I cannot make it as I dont get even the canned ones here. So for the moment I'll sit n drool over yours! That is a lovely dish in which you have served :)

Gita said...

This a new dish to me...looks good Vrinda...nice picture :)

Home Cooked Oriya Food said...

Nice and easy dish... Looks great!

Laavanya said...

I've not tried cooking with canned jackfruit.. that looks delicious. Will keep a lookout for them next time I go shopping.

Priti said...

I never tried thoran looks yummy with cute pic and so your rice bars

kittymatti said...

Interesting!! Never had this before! good one!

rekhas kitchen said...

wow yummy recipe would like to have this with hot rice and sambar yummmy

Parita said...

i dont think we get jack fruit here..need to check, thoran looks mouth watering vrinda! very nicely presented dear

nima said...

oh...this is one of my favorite thorans. I didn't know that you can get it in cans.

Bergamot said...

It's been ages since I had this. I just love it. This looks yummy...Your pictures look really good. I would like to share my award with you. Do check it out my blog.

5 Star Foodie said...

Ii've never had jack fruit but this sounds delicious and I would love to try!

Hari Chandana said...

Looks so nice.. Lovely presentation..

sangi said...

Ist time here....i like jackfruit in any form...ur presentation makes me mad...

Shama Nagarajan said...

a yummy different fry

Kalaivani said...

one of my fav.lovely presentation.

appu said...

lovely click ... u have amazing photography skills too .. man u r an allrounder ...

chindan said...

Yummy,mouthwatering.But why redchilli? My wife add turmeric powder and green chilli.Try roll it with hot chappathi.It is soooooooooo!!!!!!!.

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