Friday, August 20, 2010

Fennel Flavoured Drumstick & Jackfruit Seeds Curry

After having 15days of spiceless French foods during our vacation, we guys wanted to have some hot and spicy Indian dishes everyday once we came back home..So needless to say whatever i prepare with anything as anything with our Indian spices definitely makes us drool now..I prepared this fennel flavoured drumstick and jackfruit seeds curry sterday for our lunch,in which i usually add some chicken chunks, but this time i prepared simply as vegetarian version using drumstick pieces and jackfruit seeds which i have freezed before leaving for vacations, this curry tastes exactly like kurma and goes awesome as side dish with rotis or simply with rice and papads for lunch..Delicious curry tastes fabulous even with idlies and dosais also u doesnt need ginger garlic paste for making this curry, yep this curry gets ready in few minutes and also very easy to prepare..

Fennel Flavoured Drumstick & Jackfruit Seed Curry


1cup Jackfruit seeds (cooked)
10nos Drumstick pieces
2nos Onions (big n chopped)
1no Green chilli
2nos Tomatoes (chopped)
1/4cup Coconut (fresh)
1tbsp Fennel seed powder
1/4tsp Turmeric powder
1tsp Coriander powder
1tsp Red chilly powder
1/4tsp Garam masala
Salt
Oil

Heat a tbsp of oil in a pan and add half of the onions and green chillies, saute until they turns transparent, add few tomato chunks and saute again for few minutes, put off the stove..grind this sauteed veggies along with freshly grated coconut as fine paste..

Heat again the remaining oil, add the remaining onions and chopped tomatoes, saute until the onions turns transculent, add the drumstick pieces and cooked jackfruit seeds, saute for few minutes..now add the fennel seed powder,turmeric powder, coriander powder,red chilly powder, garam masala powder and salt to the veggies, saute for few minutes, now add the grounded paste and cook for few minutes, finally add enough water and bring to boil..cook in simmer flame until the curry turns thick...Add coriander leaved or mint leaves as u desire and serve hot..

45 comments:

  1. Lovely flavors in the gravy....looks yummmm

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  2. curry looks very delicious..very new recipe of jack fruit seeds

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  3. I love this combo in sambhar.
    Good one.

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  4. Hi hi i know the feeling, beeing married to a belgian i don't make every day indian food, after a week of not making spicy food i am like i want to have something spicy and then i make and when i have the dish it is like heaven and hubby is like why don't you often make dishes like this and then i say too much work :-)
    Love this dish looks so so good, we don't get kackfruit seeds here or jack fruit.

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  5. Very spicy curry. Always a fantastic combo!!

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  6. curry with Jackfruit seed and drumsticks?oh sound so yummy.both r my fav items.

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  7. wow wat a combo,i can feel the taste from here,really delicious...

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  8. nice combo & delicious flavoured curry!!

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  9. Love this recipe,wish I could have this for dinner with rice ;)

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  10. Wow this looks so flavor full and totally different.. will try this some time as drumstick is my fav..

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  11. Love the ombo,but with fennel never tried.Lovely and aromatic Priya.I love fennel seeds.

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  12. this gravy without ginger garlic paste looks delicious...and spicy
    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  13. We make another dish with the same combo but without the fennel.
    And yes, perfect after a spiceless vacation! Cannot agree more! :-D

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  14. My fav combo...nice curry Priya...

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  15. i agree priya,somtimes even simple curd rice and pickle will be very heavely for our taste buds.the curry sounds very nice and no doubt ur family enjoyed this

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  16. I have never had jackfruit, but always wanted to try. I love the sound of this...YUM!

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  17. Love that Hot n Spicy Curry!!!!Adding palakottai/Jackfruit seeds, definitely yummy!!!!

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  18. Tht looks like a very spicy dish ..must be heaven with rice :)

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  19. looks spicy and delicious curry..

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  20. Priya,
    This curry has awesome combination of drumstick and jackfruit seeds. I love them. Looks delicious.

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  21. Awesome combination of flavors. Looks delicious.

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  22. lovely combo and delicious....

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  23. just drooling here.....loved the colour...the look is saying it is too tasty...

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  24. Lovely combo priya..infact today i had jackfruit seeds curry for my lunch.

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  25. Love jack fruit seeds. Mom used to add them in sambar, curries etc. Your dish brings those memories back.

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  26. Love the fennel flavor.curry looks mouthwatering priya!!.

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  27. looks droolworthy with my fav drumstick...

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  28. Love the combo priyakka. I finally made some biryani and its on its way for CWS..Wont miss CWS this time..

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  29. yummy jack fruit seeds this is delicious

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  30. Beautiful curry....mmmmm. I love jackfruit seeds. We used to boil them and eat them....very delicious. But never tried in curry. Would love to cook that if I have the chance. Sadly there's no jackfruit here. Thanks very much for sharing. MaryMoh at http://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  31. delicious drumstick curry, loved it. milkshake is my fav too

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  32. I LOVE this combo, but never had with these spices..sounds wonderful

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  33. Awesome!!! I love drumsticks and I can do anything for jackfruit seeds, I absolutely adore them. Love this combination and love you for sharing this wonderful recipe :)

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  34. Mercy beaucoup :)
    You have a lovely collection of recipes here...

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  35. hey priya,hope you had a nice holiday. delicious looking curry, must get hold of some jackfruit seeds to make curry as I always eat them toasted , never curry.

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  36. ooo lala jackfruit seeds are my fav ...curry looks lip smacking :)

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  37. Wow, jackfruit seeds, I really miss this, never tried in curry before! We had a big jackfruit tree with really huge fruits when I was a little girl. We used to hide behind this tree during our "hide-and-seek" days! The fruit is divinely sweet and fragrant, we boil the seeds with salt, yummy! Thanks for reminding me about this, it's time for some jackfruit and seeds!

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  38. Hope you had a great vacation! The curry looks so delicious.

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