Sunday, May 22, 2011

Echorer Dalna/Raw jack fruit curry

After 'Echorer Torkari', my 1st  post on  jackfruit  became so popular, I thought of making some other experiment with that and finally I ended up in making the delicious dish  called 'Echorer Dalna'. It is a completely vegeterian recipe made of raw jackfruit which doesnt contain even onion and garlic which is considerd as a part of nonveg in bengal. It is basically a raw jack fruit curry cooked in a thin gravy which goes very well as a side dish with roti and chapatti. Here I made some variation adding chickpeas(green peas) to that which made more delicious. You can prepare it in both versions.


Ingredients:


Jackfruit
500 gms
Potato
1 cut into cubes
Chickpea (green peas)
1 cup
Tomato
1chopped
Red chili
3
Cumin
1 tsp
Ginger paste
2 tbsp
Green chili paste
1 tbsp
Turmeric powder
1tsp
Roasted Cumin powder
1 tsp
Roasted coriander powder
1 tsp
Red chili powder
1 tsp
Garam masala powder
1 tsp





Method:

1. Clean jack fruit and wash it properly. Take all the pieces in a large pan and add 1/2 cup of water and a tsp of salt. Boil it for about 6 to7 minutes. Drain out excess water and keep aside.

2. Heat oil in a pan and fry potato pieces until soft and golden in color. Keep it aside. Boil chichkpea soaked overnight.

3. Heat oil in a pan and add bay leaves, red chili and cumin seeds.When cumin starts spluttering add ginger paste and green chili paste and fry for few seconds. Now add turmeric powder, cumin powder, fennel powder, red chili powder and little water. Fry the masala until oil get separated from it.

4. Add chopped tomato salt and little sugar. Stir for sometime until tomato becomes soft. Now add boiled jack fruit pieces and boiled green peas and  stir well so that it gets mixed with the masala uniformly. Add fried potato and let it covered and cook for 8 to 10 minutes with ocassional stirring. Now add garam masala powder (home made one by grinding cardamom, cinnamon and clove together) and mix it. Turn off the flame and let it cover for another 5 minutes.

Serve with hot plain  rice, chapatti or roti.

21 comments:

Priti said...

Nice curry ...never made jack fruit like this ...looks gud

Raji said...

Nice curry Sunanda. Nice combo of jackfruit with green peas.

sowmya's creative saga said...

looks delicipous..never tried a curry with jackfruit..am quite tempted to..

Priya said...

Super delicious and great looking curry..

Radhika said...

Very tasty looking curry Sunanda.

Ambreen said...

This sounds wonderful. Jack fruit curry looks delicious!

Prathima Rao said...

The gravy looks extremely delicious :)
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Hamaree Rasoi said...

shotyi notun dhoroner preparation amar jonne..looks yummy

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Hari Chandana said...

Very new to me.. looks so tempting. thanks for the lovely recipe dear !!
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Authenticoriyafood said...

really good one......i am sure it tastes heavenly!!!

Shanthi said...

Coooool and nice tempting curry

hemalata said...

Looks so delicious and yummy,nice curry.

julie said...

Very new combo and a different recipe too..looks very tempting!!

Krithi's Kitchen said...

New combo to me but surely a delicious one!
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Suja said...

Delicious and tempting curry,,superb combo

Jay said...

yummilicious recipe..

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RS said...

Delicious and tempting curry :)

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Swathi said...

Looks dleicious, love to try them as I love jackfruit.

divya said...

Delicious and drool worthy..tempting me a lot.

Now Serving said...

That is a delicious curry, Sunanda! Love this!

Vardhini said...

This is totally new for me .. looks good.

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