Saturday, August 6, 2011

Chakkapazham (Jackfruit) Varattiyathu



Ingredients:
  • Jackfruit 1 
  • Jaggery 1/2 kg
  • Cardamom pdr 1 Tbsp
  • Rice 1/2 cup
  • Ghee as rqd
Add a little water into the jaggery and melt it. Sieve it and keep it aside. Fry the rice well in a kadai or cheenachatti till they start splitting. Make the rice into fine powder. Cut the jackfruit into small pieces and cook it well using little water. Then transfer it into a uruli (heavy bottomed vessel) and pour the melted jaggery and stir it well in high flame. When it is devoid of water and the jackfruit turns thick, reduce the heat and pour little ghee, powdered cardamom and roasted rice pdr. Stir it continously and add ghee little by little and stop when it no longer sticks to the vessel. Transfer it into a greased plate and flatten it. Allow it to cool and cut it. 

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33 comments:

  1. Mom makes this often. Love it... Looks yum

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  2. Classic and delicious recipe.. looks yummy :)
    Indian Cuisine

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  3. Lovely sweet dish! Looks yum!

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  4. Love this....amma veetil indakki vechuttindu....poyittu vennam kazhichu teerkan...Kandittu kodhiavunnu...

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  5. wow i love this so much..very yummy.

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  6. Looks so delicious ! Feel like having some now

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  7. Looks delicious...I like anything with jackfruit...:)

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  8. Looks so sweet and must be sticky good.

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  9. Super. Absolutely I love this.

    Cheers,
    Uma

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  10. Delicious looking jackfruit preparation.


    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  11. sho!! ingane kotippikano....my all time fav....from the time I could remember...it has come out perfect.

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  12. wow delisious......kandittu kothi ayittu vaya

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  13. wow wat a tempting recipe...luks yum...

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  14. Coool!!!, we all liked it soooo much. I wish had it published two months early when jack fruits were plenty!!!

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  15. Nalla recipe anallo. Looks so tempting. Will surely try it.

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  16. Tempting & mouthwatering delicacy!!!
    Prathima Rao
    Prats Corner

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  17. Mmmmm....love this..looks so tempting

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  18. Chakka varattiyathu looks so great...missing home

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  19. It looks so tempting and perfect.

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  20. Looks so yummy...Love the picture! It reminds me of the Mango Bars like the Naturo:-)

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  21. wow they looks so lovely perfectly made:)

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  23. My favorite. Loved this a lot. Nice click.

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  24. Awzum...seems like fluorescent semi-conductors......wud like to have a bite of it !!

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  25. great work....u got a lot of patience to prepare this...i love this a lot....am missing home!!!

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  26. Aiyoo.. vaayil vellam varunne :D Looks delicious :D

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  27. Would love to make this. Could you be specific about the amt of jackfruit ?
    Thanks

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