46 comments on “Kadachakka(Breadfruit) Varuthu Arachathu -Thrissur style

  1. I always loved Kadachakka as mom used to make them with spices she used for Non veg dishes and the kadachakka curry used to taste so yumm even though it was without meat.
    Love this one, if i was lucky to get kadachakka i would have made htem as it looks so so yummy.

  2. foul foul…no more chakka recipes for me ok? am all harassed by you ppl posting any kind of chakka recipes…no water left in my mouth to drool now…

    psst psst can you send some small chakka over here or make some chakka chips or something for poor me??

  3. Oh such a nice dish I love this my kerala friends know that I like it so I was lucky then but now oh no one makes it for me!!! gotta try this for sure!!! looks so divine and tempting!!!

  4. Hi Parita..yea breadfruit is similr to tender jackfruit ..Its available in indian veg stores..
    Thanks a lot happy cook,sakshi,ramya,gita and subha for ur lovely comments

  5. I love all varutharacha curries! They taste so good! And I love kadachakka :) So this must b a lovely combo! :)

  6. Thanks Veena. It was a wonderful trip although I would have enjoyed more if I had gone there in December. Anyway, it was lovely.

    Love Breadfruit, couldn’t find it in B’lore to taste. Lucky you. Enjoy, see you in Fall! :)

  7. never heard of breadfruit! but the gravy looks delicious.. may be I can try this recipe with some other vegetable..

  8. Thanks a lot chechi.. love u loads.. muuaaaaaah..

    couldn’t come online as I had exams for last few days!! karthaave… its gonna be 11pm and those yummy pics r makin me hungry!! :( no probs.. will try out and let u knw for sure!! :)

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  10. Chech, couldnt actually wait till my exams get over to make tis yummy curry. I kept thinking abt tis one almost evryday that I had to make it today! Yum yum!! u wouldnt need a non-veg curry if u have tis one! the taste did remind me of kozhi varutharacha curry!!

  11. really it’s wonderful. first time i made kadachakka. thanks for the descriptive recipe. u mentioned each and every thing including how to slice it. thanks a lot and i expect more delicious recipies from u.

  12. This is a very good preparation. I used to have it often when I was in Kerala. We were lucky to have a very large tree near our house. When it is tender (the outer skin of the fruit will have slightly thorny formations when it is tender) we use it to make ‘puzhukku’ by cooking it with 20% volume sambar dal. This is seasoned by ‘Kuthi Kkachu’ (small onion and red dry hot chillies crushed together and seasoned in coconut oil with addition of currey leaves as the onion and chilly crush become crispy and the puzhukku which is cooked ready with salt and a pinch of turmeric powder is mixed with the crispy onion-chilly-currey leavees combination.)
    With kanji it is excellent.

  13. we made exactly as per this recipe .tried with other vegetable also .looking forward for more recipes. thanx

  14. very very tasty…………..yummy……….thank you so much.god bless u………..take care……..

  15. എന്റെ അമ്മയും അമ്മമ്മയും ഉണ്ടാക്കാറുണ്ട് കടച്ചക്ക കറി. പക്ഷെ അതില്‍ തക്കാളി ഇടാറില്ല. എന്തായാലും എന്റെ കയ്യില്‍ ഇപ്പൊ ഒരു കടച്ചക്ക ഇരിപ്പുണ്ട്. അത് വച്ച് ഒന്ന് നോക്കി നോക്കട്ടെ. റിസള്‍ട്ട്‌ പറയാംട്ടോ ചേച്ചീ.

  16. Thank you so much, Veena. I have been waiting a year to get kadachakka in the market just to make this curry and relish the taste of a genuine Kerala dish. Your recipe is absolutely delicious. Bon Appetit!

  17. I tried this recipe today. believe me it was one of the best varutharacha curry I have had in my entire life.I was little hesitant with the tomatoes but later decided to give it a try and it came out to be fine.

  18. Definitely I will try all your recipes.
    The best thing in your recipes is the quantities in right amount, even water quantity that makes cooking much easier.

  19. hey I was searching for an authentic recipe of this for quite someitme. My earlier trials were all failures. LAst time I got a few recipes and compared and could feel your could be better and followed it step by step. It came out perfect and was just the same what I tasted from my beloved Mom. Thanks so much.

  20. Thank you for such an elaborative nadan curry recipes. By reading the same itself I can enjoy the taste.

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