Kerala Kadachakka Masala is a simple and flavorful curry recipe of Kerala where the spices along with fresh kadachakka pieces are cooked. Breadfruit Masala is an easy to prepare dish. It is a flavorful Vegetarian dish, popular in Central Kerala; a great treat for Indian curry lovers. Mostly found in tropical areas, this nutritious Breadfruit is cooked when mature. It can be baked, cooked with spices or in curry. It tastes like non veg preparation. It is completely natural and traditional curry and also medium spicy curry. Breadfruit is very healthy vegetable and it helps to reduce cholesterol and lower blood pressure. Mainly it is used by Kerala and Karnataka people. Kerala Kadachakka Masala is an yummy curry with succulent bread fruit pieces tastes really nice when served with plain rice. It can also be eaten as a side dish for rotis and parathas too. You can try this Breadfruit Masala curry for a change. You can prepare this Kadachakka Masala for the guests also.Breadfruit is so called because the cooked fruit tastes similar to the baked breads. Do try this delicious recipe in your kitchen today.
Again add some more chopeed Shallots/Onion along with Garlics, chopped Coconut and Garam Masala powder and stir it well.
When colour of the mix turns into golden/brown, add Kadachakka pieces along with about two cups of Water and required quantity of Salt and stir the mix well. Cover the Cheenachatti with a plate and cook the Kadachakka pieces in medium flame for about 10 – 15 minutes.
After about 10 – 15 minutes, remove the plate covered the Cheenachatti and make sure that the Kadachakka pieces are cooked well and then dry the water left in the Cheenachatti properly.
Kadachakka (Breadfruit) Masala is ready. This Kadachakka Masala can serve with Chappathi /Poori/Parotta/cooked Rice etc.
Myself, Sobha Kesavan, a retired Accountant in a MNC based in Delhi where I was staying for
26 years. Afterwards, I moved to Bangalore for a period of 4 years and then later, settled along
with my husband in Thrissur, Kerala. My two sons and daughter-in-law are working out of
Kerala as Software Engineers.
I have immense passion for gardening and have been doing it since my stay in Delhi and most of
the ingredients (vegetables) used in my recipes are home grown. I am interested in cooking
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