Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) | How to make Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda)

By Sia Krishna  |  13th May 2016  |  
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Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda)by Sia Krishna
  • Prep Time

    6

    Hours
  • Cook Time

    30

    mins
  • Serves

    6

    People

26

2





About Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda)

Unlike the usual Podi/Pakoda where gram flour or chickpea flour is used in making the fritters, here the base for spicy batter is made by grinding the soaked rice with other ingredients. If you have someone to help you in cleaning and preparing the tender jackfruit for cooking, then this recipe of Gujje Podi or Tender Jackfruit Fritter is one of the most simple and best tasting Pakodas you would ever have tasted! The ingredients used in making these Gujje Podi or Tender Jackfruit Pakda/Fritters is very minimal, but that’s what makes it such a tasty fritter. Thinly sliced tender jackfruit pieces are coated in a spicy rice batter before deep frying to crispy, golden perfections. The outer rice batter coating gives it a nice crunchy texture to the succulent, melt in mouth tender jackfruit inside.

Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) is a delicious dish which is liked by people of all age groups. Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) by Sia Krishna has a step by step process of how to make the dish. This makes it very easy to understand for even beginners. This recipe can serve 6 people. You can find Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) at many restaurants and you can also prepare this at home. This authentic and mouthwatering Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) takes 360 minutes for the preparation and 30 minutes for cooking. When you want to prepare something delicious for a party or special occasion then Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) is a good option for you. The flavour of Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) is tempting and you will enjoy each bite of this. Try this Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) on weekends and impress your family and friends. You can comment and rate the Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) recipe on the page below.

Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda)

Ingredients to make Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda)

  • ¼ medium (Approx 5 cups) Tender Jack Fruit, 2-3 inch pieces sliced into 1 cm thick pieces (Read notes)
  • Oil for Deep frying
  • 2 cups Rice, washed and then soaked in water for 6 hours (I used Sona Masuri rice)
  • 8-10 Dry Red Chillies (adjust as per taste)
  • ½ tbsp Jeera/Cumin Seeds
  • ¼ tsp Hing/Asafoetida (Optional, but recommended)
  • Salt to taste

How to make Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda)

  1. Drain and reserve all the water from soaked rice. Grind the soaked rice with dry red chillies, cumin seeds, hind and salt to taste to smooth batter using enough water. The batter should be of thick pouring consistency.
  2. Heat oil in a large pan or wok on medium flame. Once the oil is hot, dip tender jackfruit slices into the spicy rice batter. Make sure that the piece is coated well before dropping it gently into the hot oil.
  3. Deep fry the pakodas in batches until they turn golden brown and crisp.
  4. Serve them immediately on its own with a cup of strong coffee or tea and enjoy!

My Tip:

Old newspapers are neatly spread to cover the floor from getting the floor stained from the white milky glue from tender jackfruits. Both the hands are oiled well for the same reason before cutting the tender jackfruits into two equal halves using the Met Katti. Then each halves are diced into large pieces before peeling the thorny green skins. Once you have peeled all the pieces, then we can proceed to cut them into thin slices or small pieces for cooking. The cut pieces of tender jackfruit is immersed in a large bowl of diluted buttermilk or just plain water to prevent them from changing the colour. To test if the oil is hot enough, drop few drops of batter into the hot oil. The batter should slowly float to the surface of the oil. If it sinks to the bottom and stays there, then the oil is not hot enough. If the batter quickly floats to the top as well as browns quickly, then the oil is too hot.

Reviews for Gujje Podi (Tender Jackfruit Pakoda) (2)

Deviyani Srivastavaa year ago

Yum! I love jackfruit.
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Ananya Mohantya year ago

So yummy!
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