February 20, 2015

Friday With a Friend 11th Guest Post by Sathya Priya Karthik | Jack Fruit Curry | Jack Fruit Recipes | Kathal Ki Subzi

I should say heartful thanks to blogging who introduced so many persons, who are very friendly and talented..Though I don`t chat often with my blogger friends, Iam in one of them who follows their blogs regularly..Last year I was very active in blogging,but these days suddenly started avoiding MLH for some reasons..But,I don`t want to stop my guest post event in Mahaslovelyhome.
I  missed 2 weeks,but maximum this guest post series is going to be continue this whole year..So,interested bloggers can send recipes along with 5 answers for friday  guest post to my mail id..The reason behind this get to gether is to improve the fans,to introduce the blogs around the world..So,friends. Iam welcoming all the bloggers to participate in this occasion and spread about it to maximum bloggers..

Coming to the today`s post this friday we are going to meet sathya priya karthik...last week some how I missed posting it,but today With double energy  introducing super cool blogger whom I met in fb..Sathya A simple woman who blogs at kitchenodyssey..Iam one of the silent follower of her blog and loving her pictures from last few months..I like her blog specially for tarditional recipes..Recently,She started doing videos which was the same idea i have in my mind too..Hahaha..Now after watching her videos feeling inspire to make at least one video..I should say thanks to Fb also,which helping us to grow our friendship.:)

Let`s check lovely answers of Sathya :

1.Few words about u/some thing special which we don`t know??

 First of all i am really thankful to usha for this opportunity.I am sathyapriya author of 

mykitchenodyssey born and raised in karaikudi my native place is in tamilnadu.I am the 

elder one at my home i have a sister and brother.My fav hobbies include hearing melody 

songs,watching movies

2. 3 Food photography tips or  3 useful kitchen tips??

3 kitchen tips:Use lime juice instead of tamarind while cooking.Add jeera while tempering 


which is good for your tummy.Pressure cook eggs for a whistle instead of boiling it .Saves 

energy and time

3. How to imporove fans n followers for food blog n food bog face book page??


Have no idea how to improve fans .Still figuring out .I used mahas share for share group to 


increase my facebook fans

4.How food blog changed ur life?How many recipes your posting in a month approximately and your memorable moments which related to blog??



After coming to US i felt alone and frustated ,during winter months.My husband asked me to


start a food blog .Now i am totally in to blogging world .Got so many friends and i enjoy 

blogging everyday.Number of post depends on my work and mood .Sometimes 10 post in a 

month sometimes 15 post .When people say i tried your recipe i feel really happy that is the 

most memorable moment

5.Finally,tell me few words abt MLH??


Guest post often comes with intro ,yes it very well tells the friendship between the two 


bloggers.How lucky i am to tell a friend how sweet she is in her own space!! 

"Mahaslovelyhome" writer Usha is my close friend ,whom i came to know through

facebook.I have to be thankful to facebook for getting a best friend.She is very open and 

talks her mind.Share her sorrows and joy everything with friends.Such a lovely lady .She has

many varieties of biriyani recipes and wonderful telugu cuisine recipes which I love .

About recipe now:
 Few words about Raw Jackfruit Curry:

        We Chettinad people love raw jack fruit( palakai) as much like kerela people . Keralites are fond of raw jack fruit and they call it as chakka ,they do variety of recipes like pradaman,curry(with fresh ground masala),Ularthiyathu(stir fry),Kuzhachathu(steamed one) etc.

        Raw Jack fruit Curry/Palakai piratal is yet another chettinad special made with Raw Jack fruit , potatoes along  with  ground coconut masala. This is a dry curry compared to kootu with Raw Jack fruit.


Ingredients:
  • 2 potato
  • 1/2 raw jack fruit/Palakai/Tender jack fruit(small size)
  • salt as required
  • 1 small onion
  • 1/2 tomato
For grinding:
  • 2 tbsp coconut
  • 3-4 red chilies
  • 1 tsp fennel
  • 1/2 tsp jeera
  • 2 garlic
  • small ginger
For tempering:
  • 1 tbsp oil 
  • 1/2 tsp fennel
  • 1 small cinnamon stick
Method:
Preparation:
  • Pressure cook the potato seperate,You need to do this if the potato takes longer time to cook .
  • Clean the jack fruit by removing its peel and cut the flesh in to  pieces of same size alike potato.
  •  Pressure cook raw jackfruit and potatoes for a whistle or until soft(don't cook the potatoes again if its already pressure cooked,cube them and keep it).Not so mushy.
  • Grind the items mentioned in to grind(coconut,fennel,jeera,chilies,ginger ,garlic) to smooth paste.
How to Cook RawJack fruit Curry :

  • Heat the tava with 1 tbsp oil .Temper it with fennel and cinnamon .
  • Add finely chopped onions and saute it until it turns translucent.
  • Add tomatoes and cook them thorough.
  • Add the ground paste, required salt ,required water and boil it until it becomes thick gravy(the long it cooks the curry will be tasty).
  • When the gravy is thick add the cooked potatoes and raw jack fruit.
  • When the curry comes together ( jack fruit has to coated with the ground paste .So keep the curry in  low flame for sometime).
  • Raw Jack Fruit curry is ready.
  • Serve it with sambhar rice,rasam rice ,Roti .
Isn`t that looks like a beautiful post..I enjoyed the complete post,like answers,recipe and sathya`s motivating lovely words..Thank you dear for spending valuable time to write a precious post for me..Keep continue this energy in blogging and hope our friendship goes always this like this with more affection and love..


Friends please check the previous guest posts here:


Don`t miss following MLH for many recipes..Please send mail (recipe+answers ) to my id.  laharishiva13@gmail.com

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