Kalia Jackfruit Curry in a Wrap / Roti | Vegan Vegetarian Recipe


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  1. ✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Jackfruit Curry – Vegan : A simple fragrant kalia jackfruit curry that can be served over rice or in a wrap / roti. ✿ FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ http://veganlovlie.com/2016/04/kalia-curry-with-jackfruit-recipe.html

    Jackfruit is the largest tree-borne fruit in the world. It's pretty big and can reach up to 90 cm in length. In Mauritius, the green or young jackfruit is widely used in curries and other savoury preparations while the ripe fruit is very often eaten fresh or used in desserts.
    Make sure you get the young green jackfruit for this curry. You can find canned or frozen jackfruit at most Asian stores or online.

    Buy online: Young Green Jackfruit – http://amzn.to/268Trx4

    Other videos mentioned in this video:
    How to Deseed Tamarind Paste – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgf1CI0w4FA
    Tip: Pre-mince and Store Ginger or Garlic – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVVk7CtXNpo

    More kalia curries from the channel and blog:
    Eggplant/Aubergine with Kalia Gravy – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ps6GQlpA4N8
    Cauliflower and Soya Chunks Kalia – http://veganlovlie.com/2008/08/indian-tonight.html


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  2. Thank you for sharing this recipe!! Just made this dish, It is absolutely delicious, I have only known to eat jackfruit ripe. I am inspired to try more of your recipes!

  3. I find your channel very inspiring and your demeanor is quite peaceful. Delicious, vegan, frugal and just a pleasure to watch. I will definitely be binge watching your videos. Cheers and thank you.

  4. Yum! 😋 I've seen another video with jack fruit being made into "pulled pork" sandwiches. I'm definitely going to try it out! Thanks for the video. It's always so easy to follow along.
    And you look sooooo pretty! ✨🙏🏼😻

  5. I find your fusions very inspired and original and your presentation/video style likewise. Thank you for sharing! Since subscribing, I am always anticipating your next video and for some time now, I've been meaning to drop a line in the comments section.

    I'm from Trinidad and Tobago, where we use many of the same ingredients and similar flavours, but also, of course, with variations in cuisine. So, there isn't a video of yours from which I don't learn a new flavour combination, technique or other. There is a large vegetarian population in Trinidad but hardly any of us vegans. I've had to be quite creative with cooking to keep dishes exciting (and more healthful) and your recipes certainly help with demonstrating how I can use very familiar, traditional ingredients in very different ways.

    In Trinidad, a similar, popular curry dish is made with a relative of the jackfruit, the breadnut or as we call it, "chataigne" (I'm guessing because the seeds resemble chestnuts). The jackfruit, called "cowa" here, is mostly eaten ripe, although the unripe fruit can also be used as a substitute for chataigne. When unripe, we call it "katahar."

    Again, much appreciation and well wishes!

  6. This looks amazing thank you! and thanks for explaining what type of jackfruit suits this dish I'm going to look for it. Your recipes are always so good OMG! 🙂

  7. Love the editing! I don't like mint too much and actually despise cilantro. BUT you've inspired me to use jackfruit in other types of curry. Thank you! I've only used it in a pull "pork" recipe before. Looking forward to trying the curry combo.

  8. Oh yum yum! Each time I see a jackfruit recipe, I tell myself I need to find these and cook ! I don't know yet where I can get these. Don't think we will get the canned ones here. So I have to look for the fresh fruit. This wrap looks absolutely delicious! 😛

  9. I'm a new sub. I love your channel! Not only for the recipes, but your videos are so calming and relaxing. I really enjoy them. Thank you so much for sharing this dish. I've recently heard of jackfruit and I am so excited to try it in my cooking. I'm having a hard time finding it though 😕 I'll keep looking. I can't wait to try it. I'd love to see more recipes that include jackfruit. Do you know of any other types of food that you think are a good substitute for meat? Thanks! ☺️

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