March 27, 2010

Microwave Jackfruit Cashewnut Kheer

I was regular with the Microwave Easy Cooking event, started by Srivalli, for sometime. Then later on, my interest in event participation came down and did not bother to cook exclusively for the event. But I didnot want to miss this month's theme of celebrating fellow bloggers hosted by my namesake and dear friend. I had few recipes bookmarked in my mind. But could not get around making anything. When I had few jackfruit bulbs left from what was shared by my neigbour, I immedately decided to make this kheer.  I had tasted cooked jackfruit only with jaggery as sweetner. So I wasn't sure how the kheer with sugar is going to taste. I decided to go ahead. I adapted Priya's recipe. I replaced almond with cashew and used fresh jackfruit. The kheer is very simple gets done in 5 minutes in a microwave. 





You need

Fresh jackfruit bulb - 10 nos  (around 1/2 cup of chopped pieces)
Cashewnuts - 10 nos
Milk - 1 1/2 cup
Sugar - 3 tablespoon
Saffron & Cardamom Syrup - 1 tspn






Method

Soak cashewnuts in warm milk for 10 minutes. Else MW half cup of milk and cashew together for 1 minute. Leave it to cool. Blend cashew along with milk and jackfruit to a smooth puree. Add rest of the milk and sugar. Microwave for 4 minutes. Add saffron and cardamom syrup and mw for 30 seconds. If you like, you can serve it warm. I liked it chilled. It tastes like a pudding. Depending on the variety of jackfruit the kheer can turn very creamy and thick. You can adjust the amount of milk to suit your consistency. Also adjust the sugar according to the sweetness of the fruit.







15 comments:

  1. that should taste just divine..looks so good..

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  2. Awesome Kheer dear. Never seen or heard one made from jackfruit!Didn't realize Priya had made this before!

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  3. looks so yummy!!! wonderful recipe.

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  4. I am glad you could make it. The only payasam I have tasted with chakkai is chakkavaratti payasam. This sounds good.

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  5. Omg, love the way u prepared Jaya...thanks for trying, am happy u know!!tempting kheer for the sure!

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  6. How lucky u re to get a jackfruit! Gosh we miss it! The kheer should be delicious!

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  7. Anything with Jackfruit is surely delicious. kheer looks yummy, my first time here. glad to follow you..do visit my blog..

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  8. Completely new and uniq and innovative..Like teh colour too

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  9. Looks good and easy as well! I made idichakka thoran today:).

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  10. What i would like to have his that jackfruit just like that, it is ages ago i had one.
    Jayashree what happend to the giveway.
    CSN store contacted me too also for giveaway and I wanted to know from you if it is worth doing.

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