Monday, November 23, 2015

Idichakka Thoran | Raw jack fruit curry

Raw jack fruit -curry
Idichakka thoran is a curry /poriyal made with tender jackfruit or raw jack fruit. In tamil they call it as pala musu. It is the unripe jackfruit. I have heard from my mom's friend that they make kola urundai with this pala musu. Apart from that i have never heard about anything with that. I haven't even tried or tasted this veggie so far. Few months back my mom told me that she made a curry with this idichakka and also added it tasted very nice. Here we get the  cut fresh raw jackfruit . I happened to visit Mustafa center 2 days back and saw this raw jackfruit and picked and came. My friend's mom who taught me the traditional mysore pak, told me the perfect recipe of palakkad style idichakka thoran and it turned out very nice. I was very worried about how it will taste but it tasted very well and a perfect pair with vatha kuzhambhu. Try this at home and let me know how it turned out. I will surely update this post once i get the full raw jackfruit as  how to clean it.

Idichakka Thoran

  Preparation Time : 5 mins | Cooking Time : 25 Mins |Serves: 4-5

    Cut  Idichakka | raw jackfruit    1 and 1/2 cup
    Fresh Coconut (scrapped)     1/4 cup
    Green chili    1
    Coconut oil    1 tblsp
    Mustard seeds  1/4 tsp
    Curry leaves    few
    Urad dal    1/4 tsp
    Turmeric powder    1/4 tsp  
    Salt   as needed
     

Idichakka thoran
Method:
  • Wash the cut idichakka nicely and in a wide pan add the cut raw jack fruit and add water, salt and turmeric powder.
idichakka thoran 1
  • Let this cook till it becomes soft and tender. This got cooked in 10 minutes. Drain the water completely and once it is cooked drain the water . Allow this to cool.
idichakka thoran 2
  • Actually the original recipe aunty told me to roughly idichufy (that is why the name) roughly break it with a stone which we use for breaking jaggery.
  • I just pulsed it in  the mixie once and i find it easy. Just pulse once it is enough.
idichakka thoran 3
  • In a pan add oil and add in the mustard seeds , urad dal and curry leaves. 
 thoran 1
  • Add the pulsed raw jackfruit to this and mix well.
thoran 2
  • Pulse the coconut and green chili in a mixie. 
thoran 3
  • Add it to the pan and mix well.
thoran 4
  • Thoran is ready to serve.
Idichakka- thoran
Notes:
  1.  You can replace green chili with red chili, but the colour will slightly change.
  2. Some people add 2 small onions and 1 pod of garlic while grinding the coconut. If you wish you can add that too. 
  3. If you don't want to temper in coconut oil, add mustard seeds in normal cooking oil and later in the last add few drops of coconut oil to this and mix well.

  
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7 comments:

  1. One of my favourites..looks yum..you already started getting tender jackfruit?

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    1. Yes kaveri, but is it not the season now?

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  3. Looks fab! Similar to how we make jackfruit sabji in goa! Hard to find it here in Melbourne though but ur recipe is making me drool
    http://www.mumbaitomelbourne.com/food-and-health-blog-posts/futi-kadhi-dried-mangostein-cooler-kokum-kadhi

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  4. This s newto me..wish u could get jackfruit here in Us..looks yummy

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    1. You can get frozen raw jackfruit in USA.I want to try this

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  5. Wer did u buy idichakka ma? I don't get in little india

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