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JACKFRUIT SEEDS RASAM / HALASINA BEEJADA SAARU – JACKFRUIT SEEDS RECIPE

During every summer we enjoy the seasonal crop – Jackfruit . If you happen to visit my native in this season , each house will surely offer you something made from Jack fruit . With almost every house, having a jackfruit tree in its backyard , this fruit is part and parcel of their life. The best part is, it is edible in all its stages. Tender raw ones goes for sabzi,curry etc,matured raw ones for chips and then comes the ripe fruit. Even the seeds of the fruit are not thrown off (YES !! ..you read it right). They too can be used in many delicacies..So today i have for you all ” Jackfruit Seeds Rasam / Halasina beejada Saaru “- a spicy , delicious rasam made from Jack fruit seeds. Next time before you throw away the jack fruit seeds … i am sure you would want to try this simple recipe….

jackfruit seeds recipe

Jackfruit seeds are very rich in digestible starch, protein and minerals. Since in my home we all love these seeds , every year the seeds are gathered from the ripe fruit, sun-dried on a separate plate or news paper sheet and later used in making gravies, stir fry , vada etc . I love to eat it as snack too by roasting or steaming it .The seeds have buttery texture and slightly sweetish taste .

The time consuming part in using jackfruit seeds is its peeling . Once that’s done rest is easy peesy . Jackfruit rasam recipe is almost same as horsegram rasam . Basically in this seeds are cooked with more water and strained to get a very flavorful broth which is later boiled with ground masala. The separated seeds is used to make a stir fry . But making of stir fry is not compulsory . if you have more seeds you can make them else cook just some 10 seeds and add them while grinding masala . This will give thickness and also enhance the taste of the rasam . I am showing the method of making both rasam and stir fry . I’ve split the recipe into 2 parts , so that the post doesn’t become too long .. today i’ll share Jackfruit seeds rasam and tomorrow will share Jack fruit seeds stir fry recipe ..Here we go…

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JACKFRUIT SEEDS RASAM Yum
jackfruit seeds recipe
Course side dish
Cuisine south indian
Servings
Ingredients
For Seasoning
Course side dish
Cuisine south indian
Servings
Ingredients
For Seasoning
jackfruit seeds recipe
Instructions
  1. Separate the jackfruit seeds from the fruit and wash . Spread them on a paper or flat plate and air / sun dry them for 2-3 days .This helps to peel of the skin better, else they will be sticky.
  2. Cut each seed to 2 pieces and peel the white skin off from the seed . Making a cut in the seed and then peeling will help to peel easily .
    jackfruit seeds
  3. Add haldi and cook the seeds in enough water till they are done . You can either cook in cooker / direct . I had used cooker as i was making a stir fry too from the seeds , so the quantity was more.
    jack fruit seeds recipe
  4. Drain the cooked jackfruit seeds using a colander . Save the broth for making rasam . keep aside the cooked jack fruit seeds to grind / make a stir fry later .
  5. In a mixer jar , take grated coconut , diced onion , cooked jack seeds ,rasam powder and tamarind. Add some water and grind to a smooth paste .
  6. make obattu saaru
  7. Next to the jack seeds broth ( water ) add ground masala , slit green chilli,curry leaves and salt. Keep on flame to boil . Mix well and add water to get the desired consistency .
  8. Allow it to boil .Switch off .Garnish with chopped coriander leaves .
  9. Finally prepare tempering.Take a small kadai . Add ghee , mustard seeds , jeera ,garlic or hing . Allow the mustard to splutter . Switch off .Pour it over jack seeds rasam .
  10. Serve hot Jack fruit seeds rasam with steamed rice .
    jackfruit seeds rasam
Recipe Notes

This rasam tastes good when fresh . and Surprisingly , it tastes best next day You can either use garlic / hing in tempering depending on which flavour you like .If you want you can omit onion .

 

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5 Comments

  • Reply
    Sony P
    June 23, 2015 at 4:32 pm

    Looks inviting……. lovely clicks!

  • Reply
    Meri Rasoi
    June 23, 2015 at 7:51 pm

    Lovely clicks!! this rasam is new to me ..would love to give it a try.. 🙂

  • Reply
    janani
    June 24, 2015 at 1:13 am

    Very new to me and they look so tempting nice recipes smitha

  • Reply
    Rafeeda AR
    June 24, 2015 at 5:37 am

    I always make jackfruit stir fry and also make laddoos with them, but rasam is totally new to me… got to try this soon!

  • Reply
    Preethi Deepak Sarathy
    June 15, 2016 at 7:52 am

    hmm Yum …. will prepare it tonight !! .. My hubby will loved this !

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