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Achinga Payar Chakkakuru Mezhukkupuratti/Yard Beans Jack fruit Seeds Stir Fry

Achinga Payar Chakkakuru Mezhukkupuratti

Achinga payar or yard beans is a very common vegetable grown in Kerala and it is a healthy and delicious vegetable. It tastes best in stir fries and I have already posted one recipe with yard beans and raw plantain. This is another combo with chakka kuru/jack fruit seeds. Jack fruits are seasonal fruit but seeds can be preserved for few more months. It can be used in curries and stir fry. Try this yummy combo,you will surely love it.

Achinga payar- cut into  one inch piece- a small bunch
(approximately 2cups)
Chakkakuru/jack fruit seeds- 15 nos
Shallots- 8-10
Crushed red chilly- 1/2 tsp
Red chilly powder- 1/2 tsp
Pepper powder- a pinch (optional)
Turmeric- 1/4 tsp
Garlic- 2 cloves
Curry leaves- a few
Coconut oil- 1 1/2 tbs
Mustard seeds- 1/2 tsp
salt to taste

Wash chakka kuru/jack fruit seeds. You can cook it in a pressure cooker. Cook with one cup water and salt in medium flame for 6-8 minutes ( one whistle). When it cools down,gently peel off the top white skin and the bottom red skin. Cut into small pieces.

Cook achinga payar/yard beans, cooked jack fruit seeds along with turmeric powder, pepper powder salt and a few drops of coconut oil.Add about 1/4 cup of water and cook till the vegetables are soft.
 In a mixer crush garlic,shallots,curry leaves into a course mixture and keep aside.

Heat coconut oil in a pan and add mustard seeds. When it splutters add the crushed shallot mixture few curry leaves and crushed red chilly and saute till it turns golden brown. Add chilly powder and saute for another minute.

Add in the cooked vegetables and stir fry in medium high heat for two to three minutes.  Finally drizzle few drops of fresh coconut oil. Serve as a side dish for rice.

You might also like,
Achinga Payar Kaya Mezhukkupuratti
Chakkakuru Ularthiyathu
Chakkakuru Muringakka Thoran
Achinga Payar Chemmeen Theeyal
Koorka Mezhukkupuratti (Chinese Potato)

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