Chakkapazham (Jackfruit Ripened) Varattiyath

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It is made with ripe jackfruits, ghee and jaggery. It always tastes awesome and yummy to eat. It is one of the famous dishes in Kerala
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Cuisine Kerala
Prep Time 1 hours
Servings
people
Ingredients
  • Chakkappazham(approx., Jackfruit ripened) - 25 Nos
  • Jaggery - 5
  • Ghee - 6 tspns
Cuisine Kerala
Prep Time 1 hours
Servings
people
Ingredients
  • Chakkappazham(approx., Jackfruit ripened) - 25 Nos
  • Jaggery - 5
  • Ghee - 6 tspns
Votes: 1
Rating: 3
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Instructions
  1. Clean the Chakkappazham (Jackfruit ripened), remove the seeds also and cut them into small pieces as shown in the picture
  2. Cook the chakkapazham pieces in a pressure cooker for about 10 minutes and allow to cool it
  3. Grind the cooked jackfruit in a mixer grinder
  4. Heat the Cheenachatty/cooking vessel and change the grinded jackfruit into the cheenachatty and mix it well
  5. Add Jaggery into this mix and stir it further
  6. When the colour of the mix turns into brown, add Ghee and stir it well continuously.
  7. When the mix becomes thick (like fruit jam), put off the stove and continue to stir it for some more time (if necessary add some more ghee).
  8. Chakkappazham (Jackfruit, ripened) varattiyath is ready. This can be used for making Chakka Ada, Chakka Paayasam etc. or even can eat directly like eating chocolates.
Recipe Notes

(After cooling this mix, change it into an air tight container and keep it in the refrigerator so that it can store for a long period (at-least 3 – 4 months, subject to the condition of packing and storing) and as and when required it can be used for making Ada, Paayasam etc.)

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