Kathal (Jackfruit) Ki Sabzi Recipe

Kathal (Jackfruit) Ki Sabzi Recipe

Kathal (Jackfruit) Ki Sabzi Recipe is a succulent dry preparation of unripe jackfruit cooked with plenty of red onions and spices. The dish has a fibrous texture and delicious taste to it, hence it can be labeled as mock meat also. The term vegetarian prompt a train of thoughts about my mother, who is a devoted herbivore. She only introduced us (me and my brother) to the variety of vegetarian delights. And that instilled in me a kind of soft spot for lustrous greens, juicy fruits and all that with oozing natural flavors. Recently, when we switched gear from an urban lifestyle to a quite countryside home, cooking with more of locavore became a routine affair in my kitchen. 

 

Kathal Ki Sabzi Recipe

 

 

Kathal Ki Sabzi Recipe 
Our eating preferences transformed from the gourmet elaborate spread to humble meals. Although in the past we had always relied on home cooked meals even on busy weekdays but now even the everyday simple meals taste more delicious and satiating. Instead of buying expensive imported food items we decided to dwell on fresh and lush green vegetable supply. The whole escapade thankfully, is rewarding and purifying in sense of love for food. And the most inspiring thing is the perennial flora, which never fail to surprise me with its taste and beautiful texture. During all these years of burghal living I never thought of exploring recipes with unusual ingredient like jackfruit, but now in this serene habitat it is hard to give gorgeous fresh green grocery amiss. Maybe the most startling revelation that living in the countryside has brought out is the closeness with the nature.
 
Kathal Ki Sabzi Recipe 
Kathal Ki Sabzi Recipe 

 Here is the recipe of how to make Kathal (Jackfruit) Ki Sabzi:

 

Kathal (Jackfruit) Ki Sabzi Recipe
Serves 4
Kathal Ki Sabzi Recipe is a succulent dry preparation of unripe jackfruit cooked with plenty of red onions.
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Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
1 hr
Prep Time
30 min
Cook Time
30 min
Total Time
1 hr
Ingredients
  1. 500 gram unripe jackfruit
  2. oil for deep frying
  3. 3 - 4 large size onion, roughly chopped
  4. an inch piece of ginger, peeled
  5. 3 - 4 cloves of garlic
  6. 2 - 3 medium size tomato
  7. 2 tsp coriander powder
  8. salt to taste
  9. 1 tsp chilli powder
  10. 2 tsp turmeric powder
  11. 1 tsp garam masala (see recipe here)
Instructions
  1. To peel the jackfruit, first grease your fingers well with mustard oil. Place a bowl of mustard oil next to you while cutting the jackfruit, as you will need to smear your palms with oil from time to time. Oil prevents jackfruit fibre from sticking in your hand.
  2. With a sharp knife remove the skin of the jackfruit. Cut the inner white colored fibrous part into big chunks. Remove any thick stem in the centre, before cutting big chunks into smaller pieces.
  3. Do not wash the jackfruit after cutting into small pieces. Wipe off the dirt, if there any with a clean kitchen towel. The tender seeds inside the jackfruit can also be added in the sabzi, remove the seed skin if you prefer so.
  4. Now heat oil in a deep frying pan (buy it here) over medium heat. In small batches deep fry the jackfruit pieces till light brown in color. Drain in an oil absorbing paper and keep aside
  5. To prepare the Kathal Ki Sabzi, first pulse the chopped tomato along with ginger, garlic in mixer (buy it here) to make paste using little water.
  6. Heat 2 tablespoon of oil in a heavy bottom kadhai (buy it here) over medium heat. Add the chopped onion and saute over medium heat till onion turn light brown in color.
  7. Next add the tomato paste and once again saute till oil separates from the masala.
  8. Add salt, chilli powder, turmeric, garam masala, stir to combine and saute for few more minutes.
  9. Add the deep fried jackfruit in the kadhai, stir to combine so that jackfruit pieces are evenly coated with the spice mix. Cover with a lid and let the sabzi cook over low heat for 15 - 20 minutes, stirring occasionally in between. During this time the jackfruit pieces absorb the flavor of the spices. Check for doneness and turn off the heat.
  10. Serve Kathal Ki Sabzi hot, garnished with coriander leaves.
Notes
  1. Equipment Used: Mixer (buy it here), Deep Fry Pan (buy it here), Kadhai (buy it here)
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    Kaveri Ponnapa
    August 7, 2015

    Hi Hina, we use a lot of jackfruit in our part of the world, and love it all sorts of different versions. This recipe is quite different from the way we cook it, and I am definitely going to try it out, it sounds simple and quite delicious. Thanks for sharing! Kaveri

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      Hina Gujral
      August 7, 2015

      Hi Kaveri, Thanks for taking time out and sharing your thoughts on the recipe. In the local cuisine we have one more recipe of jackfruit in which it is not deep fried but the method of making it is similar to that of a chicken/mutton curry, with plenty of onions and spices. And here people hardly enjoy the ripe jackfruit like commonly done in the Southern areas.

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