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Raw Jack Fruit Biryani

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About Recipe

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How to make Raw Jack Fruit Biryani

(34 ratings)
29 reviews so far
Prep time
25 mins
Cook time
25 mins
Total time
50 mins
Raw Jack Fruit Biryani
Author : Vahchef
Main Ingredient : Jackfruit
Servings : 2 persons
Published date : January 30, 2019


Ingredients used in Raw Jack Fruit Biryani
• Basmati rice - 500 grams.
• Jack fruit - 500 grams.
• Sliced onion - 2 number.
• Raisins - as required.
• Ginger garlic paste - 1 tea spoon.
• Bay leaf - 3 number.
• Cashew nuts - as required.
• Turmeric powder - pinch.
• Salt - pinch.
• Oil - as required.
• Curd - 1 cup.
• Red chili powder - half tea spoon.
• Chopped green chilies - 4 number.
• Garam masala - 2 teaspoons.
• Water - as required.
• Chopped mint leaves - 1 bunch.
• Chopped coriander leaves - 1 bunch.
• Food color (optional) - as required.
Method:
  • In a pan, fry onions till golden brown colour and keep aside.
  • Soak Basmati rice and cook 70% and keep aside.
  • Now take Raw Jack fruit apply oil to hand, cut the skin and make into cubes (do not make into small pieces). Take presure cooker add jack fruit pieces, turmeric powder, salt, little water and cook till it is 80% done.
  • Take a pan add oil, whole garam masala, bay leaf, cashew nut, rasins, green chillis, ginger garlic paste,salt and mix it well.
  • Now add boiled jack fruit, saute it then add mint leaves, coriander leaves, curd, biryani masala if required,and cook it well.
  • Now spread the jack fruit all over the pan then add fried onions (half quantity) , chili powder, add 70% cooked rice, mint leaves, coriander leaves, onions left over, add food color, cover it with a lid and cook on a slow flame for about 10 minutes.





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Raw Jackfruit Biryani

Raw Jackfruit Biryani is an exotic recipe with amazing taste and aroma. This is prepared in the same way like any other biryani but using raw jackfruit flesh. This dish is also popularly known as Kathal biryani or Panasakaya biryani. The ripe Jackfruit itself has an amazing taste, aroma and texture has always been one of the favorite fruits amongst many.

The most heavenly and delicious Jackfruits is an amazing bounty from nature when straight from farm. You can make a variety of dishes with this fruit like the raw jackfruit curry (Andhra style),  kadubus (steamed dumplings made from a puree of ripe fruit, semolina and jaggery), raw Jackfruit Huli (a spicy, tangy curry eaten with rice), Sole saaru (a curry made with semi-ripe jackfruit), chakka curry and Jackfruit halva and jackfruit chips.

Raw jackfruit is known as vegetarian meat in Bengal, its juicy, succulent and meaty texture gives the raw jackfruit an esteemed position in the vegetarian hall of fame. This biryani is a very special dish having a divine taste. Jackfruit is a species of tree in the mulberry family. It is a native to parts of Southern and south East Asia and the national fruit of Bangladesh.

Jackfruit is also found in East Africa e.g. in Uganda, as well as North eastern Brazil. The name Jackfruit is derived from the Portuguese word Jaca which actually was derived from the Malayam language word Chakka. The Portugese first arrived in India at Kozhikode (Calicut) on the Malabar Coast in 1498.

The work Chakka was recorded by Hendrik van Rheede (1678–1703) in the Hortus Malabaricus, vol. iii in Latin. Henry Yule translated the book in Jordanus Catalani's (1678–1703) Mirabilia Descripta: The Wonders of the East. The fruit is called by a variety of names around the world. The flesh of the jackfruit is starchy, fibrous and is a source of dietary fiber.

The flavor is similar to a tart banana. Varieties of jackfruit are distinguished according to the characteristics of the fruits' flesh. In Brazil, three varieties are recognized. These are: jaca-dura, or "hard" variety, which has firm flesh and the largest fruits that can weigh between 15 and 40 kilograms each; jaca-mole, or "soft" variety, which bears smaller fruits, with softer and sweeter flesh; and jaca-manteiga, or "butter" variety, which bears sweet fruits, whose flesh has a consistency intermediate between the "hard" and "soft" varieties.

Varikka and Kuzha are the two popular varieties of Jackfruit available in Kerala. Varikka has slightly hard flesh for the inner fruit when it becomes ripened. Kuzha fruit has very soft, almost dissolving type flesh for the inner fruit on ripening. A sweet preparation called Chakka Varattiyathu is made by seasoning the Varikka fruit flesh pieces in jaggery, which can be preserved and used for many months.

Huge jackfruits up to 4 feet length with matching girth are sometimes seen in Kerala. Jackfruit is a part of Telugu culture as well. In Andhra, jackfruit is a delicacy and is called "Panasa pottu koora", or finely chopped jackfruit curry. It is mixed with mustard and cooked, and is a popular Telugu dish. To prepare the Raw Jackfruit biryani,  take the raw or young jackfruit apply oil to hand cut the skin and make into cubes and keep aside.

In a pressure cooker add the raw jackfruit cubes add turmeric powder, salt, and little water and cook till it is 80% done. In a pan fry sliced onions till golden brown and keep aside. Soak the basmati rice and cook till 70% done and keep aside. Heat oil in a pan, add whole garam masala, bay leaf, cashew nut, raisins, chopped green chillies, ginger garlic paste, salt mix all and then add the cooked jackfruit cubes sauté it and add chopped mint leaves, coriander leaves, curd, biryani masala and mix well.

Spread the whole masala evenly all over the pan and then add half of the fried onion, chilli powder and 70% cooked rice. Sprinkle mint leaves, coriander leaves, remaining fried onions, little color. Cover it with a lid and cook over a very slow flame for 10 mins. After 10 mins remove and the biryani is ready to eat. It is a very delicious dish rich in energy, dietary fiber, mineral and vitamins.

This energy rich fruit however contains no saturated fats or cholesterol making it one of healthy fruit to savor! Do not miss trying this amazing dish at home. To watch the making of this dish do click at: 

https://www.vahrehvah.com/raw-jack-fruit-biryani

Jackfruit is commonly used in South and Southeast Asian cuisines. It can be eaten unripe (young) when cooked, or ripe uncooked. The seeds may be boiled or baked like beans. The leaves are used as a wrapping for steamed idlis. Young jackfruit has a mild flavor and distinctive texture.

The cuisines of India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Cambodia, and Vietnam use cooked young jackfruit. Unripe jack fruit is used like vegetable in the preparation known as "kathal sabzi" in some north Indian states. Jackfruit seeds are good source of protein and minerals; used like vegetables and pulses in curry preparation in several Asian countries. Jackfruit slices, grated coconut, honey and banana slices mixed and enjoyed in one of the wonderfully delicious preparation commonly served in southern India.



 

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Francis Joseph Posted on Wed Oct 11 2017

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tennisdiva Posted on Sat May 23 2009

yeah first one to view :) I love you chef. you are great

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HARDCORESKELETORN Posted on Sat May 23 2009

what is jackfruit?

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Aiwu Punjabi Posted on Sat May 23 2009

woah...nice!!!

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syukh Posted on Sat May 23 2009

Hi chef can u make a chicken or meat murtabak???.plssss....rplyyy!! i want to learn that recipe...

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Dave Ellis Posted on Sat May 23 2009

Jack fruit is not Durian. I'd advise, very strongly, not making that mistake when you make this dish.

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Dave Ellis Posted on Sat May 23 2009

Finally, a 'first!' comment that isn't obnoxious.

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Sourabh Tewari Posted on Sat May 23 2009

jackfruit called katahal in Hindi...we come from eastern UP where we use raw jackfruit a lot...I will def give this one a try...thanx chef!

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SkyTrop Posted on Sat May 23 2009

wow, thank you for posting this. jackfruit is excellent; one of my favorite fruits aside from eating the kernels, i often make hommus from the boiled seeds. i will become familiar with this recipe, it looks delicious.

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SkyTrop Posted on Sat May 23 2009

yes. only superficially does jack fruit resemble durian. jackfruit has kernels and seeds inside. durian has vertical chambers and sharp spines--- and that obvious pungent smell. ripe jackfruit has a fermented, fruity smell. the jackfruit in this vid

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Esunshine hope Posted on Sat May 23 2009

wow thats looks good . i have tried your chicken biryani and it is great. thank you

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iheartyou4ever115 Posted on Sun May 24 2009

What does jack fruit taste like?

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