Though I live in a village area, I haven’t tasted Chakka thoran / chakka ularthiyath till yesterday. After tasting it, I feel sad for not trying it so far. Friends, this is a native kerala dish you should try atleast once.
My grandmother came home yesterday and seeing the ripe jackfruits in the courtyard, she asked to pull down one. Together we all prepared this jackfruit curry. It was an extremely delicious one and I’m really feeling sad for not trying this before. Friends, you should try this at home.
Here goes the lovely recipe from my grandmother for this traditional kerala dish. She knows a lot of jackfruit recipes and I have shared many of them here in Cheenachatti.
Cini P Moideen I am Dr. Cini P Moideen, a doc by profession. With my sister I photograph and share favorite recipes from our kitchen. I write less frequently because of my studies, but when ever I am free, I tries to come up with a good recipe. Bingo :)
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