Fanas Ki Sabji

BM#63 Day 6 -

Here is another authentic recipe from the kitchen of my friend's mom. I understand that in the coastal region of Maharashtra, they use a lot of coconut, jack fruit and mango apart of many other spices.

Lot of my friends were surprised that I made this raw jack fruit curry. Apparently they were not aware that the raw jack fruit was available in the canned form.

I had made a similar recipe earlier which had more of the coastal Andhra touch. It is here, if interested.

Recipe Source Shalaka
Ingredients - 

Tender Jack Fruit, chopped 2 cups (I used a canned version)
Peanuts and Cashews handful each soaked for a few minutes
Salt, Turmeric and Red Chili Powder as needed
Seasoning (Oil 2 tsp, Mustard seeds 1/2 tsp, Asafotida a pinch)


Fanas Ki Sabji

Method Of Preparation -


Drain the cashews and peanuts. Add them to the chopped jack fruit and steam cook them.

In a heated pan, add oil and the rest of the seasoning ingredients. After the mustard seeds crackle, add in the cooked jack fruit mixture.

Sprinkle salt, turmeric and red chili powder. Mix well and remove from heat.

Serve it as an accompaniment to rice and dal.







Preparation Time 15 minutes
Serves 4
Posted by Harini R on Thursday, April 7, 2016

20 comments

  1. Different pick for F.. very nice. Reminds me of the jack fruit seed thoran. This fruit can be used in and out. Very nice.

     
  2. Really interesting dish Harini, looks delicious:)

     
  3. Suma Gandlur Says:
  4. I guess it is there version of Panasa pottu koora. Love the addition of nuts.

     
  5. Pavani N Says:
  6. Adding cashews and peanuts to jackfruit is interesting. I love canned jackfruit -- so convenient. Will have to try this dish some time.

     
  7. Usha Rao Says:
  8. Nice sabji with jackfruit.

     
  9. Sapana Behl Says:
  10. Very interesting dish with jacfruit. Addition of peanuts makes it more tasty.

     
  11. This canned version is s urely a boon for you guys. We get only the fruit which is so messy to clean and cut. The curry looks very nice..

     
  12. Smruti Shah Says:
  13. I have never tried a jackfruit dish at home. Your version of the canned jackfruit looks so inviting!

     
  14. Getting canned jackfruit is a blessing in disguise. We can at least make some of the dishes that we like. looks really good!

     
  15. Priya Suresh Says:
  16. Wow, such a quick dish, simply superb and interesting too. Cant wait to make this curry soon.

     
  17. Its a jack fruit day :))..nice comfort recipe for the day, looks simple but with flavors.

     
  18. Padma Rekha Says:
  19. Tht's one more name for tender jackfruit interesting.. sounds almost like panasapottu kura yummm...

     
  20. Such a quick and easy dish,sounds interesting and inviting.

     
  21. rajani Says:
  22. I'm picking up a can of jackfruit the next time I'm at the store! Too many good recipes to make with it!!

     
  23. Padmajha PJ Says:
  24. Such a simple dish! Now, I wish I can find some tender jackfruit...

     
  25. Kalyani Says:
  26. I guess u guys get more canned veggies than we do...

     
  27. using canned jackfruit makes this an easy dish to put together

     
  28. Delicious subzi with jack fruit!

     
  29. Ruchi Indu Says:
  30. Good pick for F. Loved the side dish

     
  31. Looks very delicious!!

     
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