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Updated: 2010-03-22T18:11:32.441-04:00

 



Appam looks delicious!, nice entry for JFI!

2007-05-08T03:01:00.000-04:00

Appam looks delicious!, nice entry for JFI!



Rheaa Rao - another foodie and fabulous writer - d...

2006-12-31T08:21:00.000-05:00

Rheaa Rao - another foodie and fabulous writer - delighted to have you visit. Love your blog :-)



very original! i'm craving for those halsinahannu ...

2006-12-25T07:51:00.000-05:00

very original! i'm craving for those halsinahannu muffins.

-tolerable,tolkien-like teen
RHEAA RAO



Gini - thank you for stopping by! I am always amaz...

2006-12-06T19:02:00.000-05:00

Gini - thank you for stopping by! I am always amazed by the subtle differences between South Kanara and Kerala cusines. Liked the palappam recipe + write-up on your blog. It sounds like 'Neer dosa' from the kannadiga kitchen :-)



That is such an unusual dish for me. Being from Ke...

2006-12-06T16:32:00.000-05:00

That is such an unusual dish for me. Being from Kerala, jackfruit is not new to me but this dish certainly is.



well i am glad you were not hurt in the harvesting...

2006-11-23T23:37:00.000-05:00

well i am glad you were not hurt in the harvesting of your canned jackfruit!! ;p thanks for the link. it was very interesting.

in her blog, she mentions both the green and yellow type. i have seen both these kinds, canned, but it didn't really register until i read her post and yours. i take it yours were obviously the yellow kind (ripe). well smita, i actually bought a can when shopping but haven't tried it yet. i hope i don't have to add this to my list of tropical fruit i don't like!

guess who inspired the tropical fruit post??!! hmmm??? LOL.



OMG - that was a terrifying visual BB :-p Here is ...

2006-11-21T20:45:00.000-05:00

OMG - that was a terrifying visual BB :-p Here is a jackfruit link for you: http://bongcookbook.blogspot.com/2006/11/blog-post_1619.html

Loved the tropical fruit post!
Smita



smita -- you mean to tell me you didn't climb the ...

2006-11-21T10:31:00.000-05:00

smita -- you mean to tell me you didn't climb the tree yourself [in new york!] to harvest a cannonball sized jackfruit??!! the horror and shock!!

i have seen pictures of jackfruit and they are HUGE! i think i was turned off the idea of it from the description of the smell when i have read about it -- it also reminds me of the durian description.

in anycase, i love the experiments and seeing your results. looking forward to more from the laboratory.

thanks for visiting today! i still want to read your answer about the chakli though (not sure if you answered yet).



Hello Burekaboy, Very pleased that you liked the...

2006-11-21T10:14:00.000-05:00

Hello Burekaboy,

Very pleased that you liked the jackfruit experiment! Jackfruit has a meaty texture to it. Both ripe and raw jackfruit are used.

Confession - I bought a canned version. You can tell if its raw or ripe jackfruit by the color, ripe is yellow and raw is green. You can also make appas / appams with bananas. Will post links to recipes using bananas.

Keep those recipes coming!!
Smita



those look great! sounds like your experimentation...

2006-11-20T21:36:00.000-05:00

those look great! sounds like your experimentation paid off.

i have to say i have never tasted jackfruit though i have seen it often in cans. is there anything north american you can compare it to?