Ginger-1 small piece
Curry leaves-1 sting
Dry red chilly- 2 (slits)
Cut the jackfruit in to small pieces and after that de-skin them.Remove the stem ,top portion of the chakka if it is too hard..Then wash the pieces with salt .Pressure cook this along with water salt and turmeric ..2 whistle is enough.Open the cooker and remove the cooked chakka and drain them .Dont overcook the pieces.
In a small blender add grated coconut , green chilly ,ginger ,curry leaves ,cumin seeds,turmeric powder (one pinch ) ,shallots and salt .Just give a whip ..Don`t make fine paste as we are making thoran ..
Using ammikallu or mixi crush the chakka pieces ..Mix the coconut mixture to the crushed chakka ..
Heat coconut oil in a pan ,add dry chilly pieces ,them splutter mustard seeds and curry leaves.Finally add the coconut chakka mix and saute them in medium heat.Cover the pan for 2 minutes in low flame and cook..Then add fresh curry leaves and 1 tsp of coconut oil to the thoran and saute for 1 more minute..Check the salt ..Remove from the fire
The traditional idichakka thoran is ready to serve …Serve with kanji or rice
this is my fav dish…
I think i should stop comming here, most of the time you are making dishes which i love from back at home.
I always loved kadachakka and this looks just so so yumm.
Wow jackfruit thoran sounds delicious…dont get jackfruit here..will def try after going back to india 🙂
wow.. looks delicious.. nice entry..
This is a new recipe for me…it looks delicious…I have to try it soon 🙂
thoran looks yummy.here we don’t get naadan idichakka. the one available is frm malaysia and it doesn’t taste good..
Tempting and I havent had anything of jackfruit after I landed here… I wish I could have some of those thooran now… So yummy Veena
This looks really good. I mostly eeat it in the fruit form but this looks yummy!
yummy…. jackfruit=idichakka….. Indonesia called Nangka 🙂
yum! love it! since its jackfruit season, this is the one next in the row!
I am sure the crushed jackfruit pieces soak up flavours better. Am going to try this the next time. 🙂
Looks lovely! I had this at my friend’s place and i loved it! I wanted to try this recipe.. but i dont get jack fruit here 😦
i don’t think i’ve ever tried it, but would so love to.Thanks for the recipe:)
This is my fav too..i know its idichakka season now..missing badly,looks yumm……….
yummy thoran 🙂
Sigh..I am dying to eat this and now with ur post, it only gets intensified. I will die for this. I am heading to buy idichakka next week.
Chech, can u post something on kadachakka??
Hello, how r u, no news for long?????????
Idichakka looks great, adipoli, 🙂
My favorite dish.