Chakkakuru Paada Kondattam

24 Responses

  1. BeenaShylesh says:

    this is realy new to

  2. An Open Book says:

    wow i had no clue you could even use tht

  3. Prathibha says:

    hmmm…very new 2 me..:)

  4. Priya says:

    Usually we throw out this, quite new for me..thanks for sharing..

  5. Priti says:

    Looks fab …never used the skin part ….nice idea

  6. Minu says:

    Amazing, such and easy one!

  7. Ramya says:

    wow..never knew u can make anything out of chakakuru cover:-)
    I think i shud mail this to my amma..she can make this next time:-) unfortunately i have no access to chakakuru here

  8. divya says:

    Looks fab …never used the skin part ….nice idea

  9. very unique and lovely recipe…new one..

  10. Very new to me…looks very tempting dear…We actually throw it out…Thanks for sharing this recipe and letting us know that a delicious fry can be made out of that…

  11. Anonymous says:

    wow …this is so innovative….gals i never even thought the skin can ever be edible… super …will try it in our next india trip

  12. Suja says:

    Ithu kollam mallo dear..looks crispy and delicious

  13. Vidhya says:

    Just like other readers this is so new to me.Loved the idea,and going to share this with my family in Kerala.

  14. Manju says:

    this is interesting. Good you put pictures otherwise I would’ve sat wondering what on earth the “pada” was 🙂

  15. Ramya says:

    Oh I’ve never heard of this before…The picture helped to understand what it is..Otherwise I would have been clueless.

  16. aipi says:

    Very unique n sure sounds super delicious!

  17. Swati Sapna says:

    This has to be the simplest yet most intriguing dish ever! Am suddenly discovering so many unique jackfruit recipes 🙂 this sounds absolutely great for a party snack or for those days when nothing will please you but some deep-fried munchies!

  18. raj says:

    Surprised 2 c such a dish,what all dishes with various parts of chakka.Wonderful.

  19. Urmila says:

    ithu enikku puthiyathaane….super..try cheyyanam

  20. Really new idea. Never heard of it before. Is it very tasty?

  21. I am so happy to have found ur blog….u r doing a great work!!!
    I am sort of addicted to ur blog!

    Can we use the ‘pada’ of the chakka seeds that we get from the shops, i.e they r not as fresh, as from the fresh fruits.I always get the seeds for upperi and normally throw away the covers…Thank u!

  22. Yummy Team says:

    My Favourite Recipes,

    Yeah, you can use them..Thanks a ton for your sweet words about the blog 🙂

  23. Gayathri says:

    Simply wow maya! I haven’t even heard of this dish and would have never come up with so thing like this ! 😀 looks yummy. Definitely need to try this.
    btw, how do you dry these in sunlight in Seattle ? 😳

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