Thursday, June 30, 2011

Jackfruit Seeds Masala


My mom used to make it back in India and we loved this dish. I have actually been eating jack fruits here but haven't really tried to make this dish at home with the seeds. I bought jack fruit from a local store in San Diego and I collected the seeds from the fruit. This time I wanted to make this dish with the seeds. I asked my mom for the recipe and I made this dish. It turned out very good. My husband also liked it. It is a mix of spicy and tangy taste. So you can never dislike this dish. I just have very few seeds. I had bought already cut jack fruit and so I had about 15 seeds only. So i managed to make this dish with these seeds. They were also really small seeds. So we were actually fighting for the dish. Had I known that this would happen I would have bought more . It happens you see :-) Next time I am going to buy more of it so that I can collect more seeds and make sufficient quantity so that we don't fight  ;-)

These seeds are good source of protien which I just read here

Ingredients:

Jack fruit Seeds - 15 (I had only 15 :-( )
Shallot - 1 cut lengthwise
Tomato sauce - 2 - tbsp
Salt to taste
Red chilli powder - 1tsp
Turmeric - a pinch
Oil - 1 tbsp

Preparation:

Cook the jack fruit seeds separately. I cooked it along with rice in pressure cooker for 3 whistles and it was perfectly cooked. Remove the skin from the seeds and cut it lengthwise into half or 4 pieces depending on the size. 

Heat oil in a pan. Add onions. Saute till it caramelizes. Then add turmeric, red chilli powder and the seeds. Saute it till the spices blend well with the seeds. Add salt and mix well. 

Fry for about 3-4 mins and add tomato sauce and mix well for another 2 mins. 

When the seeds are well mixed with the spices and sauce, remove and serve with rice or roti. 



Take care and catch you soon. 

15 comments:

  1. I remember my mom making a similar dish with the seeds too. This looks delicious. Sad we dont get it here where I live.

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  2. Wow my fav masala,i too make this often...ur version sounds gr8!

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  3. so new to me !! This masala looks so delicious !!

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  4. I LOVE jackfruit anything n this loooks so very delcious ~ such an easy n yummy recipe :)
    US Masala

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  5. I do prepare the same but with some variations, delicious masala.

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  6. it is my fav in u.p. this veggiee is very papular i remeberr those days after saw ur dish

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  7. I love jackfruit seeds..love the taste n texture of it..nice curry

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  8. love jackfruit a lot...
    looks delicious dear :)

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  9. Wow The only dish I knew with Jack-fruit seeds was sambhar! Thanks will collect the seeds next summer.

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  10. I love jackfruit seeds and this looks tempting.

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  11. Its been ages since I had jackfruit in any form and this looks tempting and delicious..

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  12. I don't think i've ever had jackfruit seeds, so will have to keep my eyes out for them.

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  13. Love this as side dish, looks lovely. Thank you for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

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  14. jackfruit seed in anyform...my grandma used to do many dishes with this...love ur dish..

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    thanks in advance

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