Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Chakkachula Varuthathu (Jackfruit chips)


ChakkaChula - edible white/yellow part of jackfruit that covers the seeds.

Ingredients:

  • Raw Chakkachula
  • Water
  • Salt
  • Oil
Clean the chakkachula and remove the seeds. Slice it into long thin pieces. Heat oil in a kadai or cheena chatti. Mix salt with little water and keep it aside. Add sliced raw jackfruit into hot oil and fry well till it turns crispy. Reduce the heat and sprinkle salt water over this and mix well. Remove it from oil when the bubbles subside. Spread it on a paper napkin and store in an air tight container.

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56 comments:

  1. wow!!
    my mom loves this snack so do we where did u get chakka from?

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  2. makes me so want to go to kerala now..nice click tina

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  3. Oh Boy,This is my fav snack,Infact I love anything made from jack fruit....Awesome Entry...

    I wish I could taste this!!

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  4. That looks crispy and yummy...same pinch tina ente posting chips annu.:)

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  5. these chips looks toooo yummy dear......

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  6. This is my all time favsnack! I add little chilly powder.

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  7. chips looks crispy and yummy......

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  8. Wow my mouth is watering ,where did you get paccha chakka in US.

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  9. Chips looks yummy dear... My all time favorite jackfruit....

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  10. Crispy and Yummy :)
    Cheers and Do visit,
    Rachana
    rachanakothari.blogspot.com

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  11. i love this..looks so delicious..

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  12. My all time fav...beautiful click...

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  13. chips looks so yummy...i love this,,,

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  14. wow... shape and color just looks uniform and perfect... I can't imagine how good it would taste....

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  15. Looks yummy !! I had never heard of this snack before , my hubby loves jackfruit will dfntly giv it a try !!!

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  16. adipoli...it's been a while since I had chakka upperi...Maybe I'll have to wait till I visit home :-)

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  17. Oh my god!! You are tempting me so much :) Awesome..these are my favorite snacks from Kerela!

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  18. That is beautiful chips tina! crispy and delicious chips dear.

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  19. My favorite and its been ages since i've had some good home made ones. The chips look perfect, my mouths watering.

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  20. Lovely snack and a lovely pic too. So fresh, I can grab some from the screen if possible :):)

    Chitchat
    http://chitchatcrossroads.blogspot.com/

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  21. this looks lovely...I wish jack fruit were available in Japan..:(

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  22. looks delicious..i wll finish that plate in minutes as jackfruit is my fav...

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  23. Awesome.. I hope this is in season when I visit kerala.. You have done a great job..

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  24. That looks absolutely delicious!!

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  25. I love this chips but can find only canned jack fruits here:(

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  26. These chips are new to me Tina...looks tasty dear..I am going to try it soon :)

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  27. We don't have jackfruit here but if we did, I'd absolutely be making this. It looks so delicious and crispy wonderful! YUM

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  28. looks perfect and crispy too.. chakkachula evidunnu kitti?

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  29. Jack fruit chips look so crispy and great. Lovely snack,...wanna grab a few:)

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  30. New variety of chips.thanks for sharing with us.looks really good

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  31. Most gorgeous picture of this chips I have ever seen! Great picture and recipe!

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  32. Hi dear I have an award waiting for u in my blog.You can collect it.

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  33. they so soo perfect and crispy...missing home :(

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  34. That pile reminds me of my time at home before getting married, every year mom used to fry and keep a lot in the season. Looks so so good.

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  35. ohh my god its a tempting one yaar...i love it...

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  36. hmm it brings back old memories,mom used to make these in large quantities during summer vaccation.These looks great.

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  37. Delicious snack. New to me, Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  38. Wow jack fruit chips looks fantastic, never had them before, must try sometime soon!

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  39. Tina, Ur Jackfruit chips look awesome..Crispy and absolutely perfect. You have made it sound so easy. Superb Click.

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  40. Oh my gosh....what aesome snacks! I can imagine the flavour and crunch. I love jackfruit. I wish I can get it here!

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  41. My fav....Chakkaupperi kanichu engane kothippikkalle Tina;)

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  42. Looks awesome :)
    Thanks for following... Me too following

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  43. Your jackfruit chips look so yummy! I've never seen fresh jackfruits here in the U.S. I wish I could give this recipe a try.

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  44. wow.. this looks soooo yummy. who will not love these.

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