Baby jack fruit curry is a very famous curry in Sri Lanka. Here I used the canned version of the jack fruit. They are tender. My mum used to boil jackfruit in salt and goraka (Garcinia Cambodia ) and cook the same way as I cooked here. This is a very nice and a creamy curry I really like. You can use fresh boiled jack fruit the same way to cook like this. I recently uploaded one video to do baby jack fruit or polos buns using the same way of cooking the curry. This curry can be served with string hoppers bread and rice too. . https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=nQrTU9cqP28

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Cut several cloves of garlic, one small onion, several fresh chillies and get some cinnamon and curry leaves and Pandan Leaves (Rampe).

 

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Add Some goraka or tamarind or even tomatoes, a table spoon full curry powder, 1 table spoon full Maldive fish Flakes (If you are a vegetarian or a vegan omit this), 1/2 Tsp fenugreek seeds , 1/2 tsp turmeric powder, 1 tsp Chilli powder and 1/2 tsp pepper & enough salt to your taste.

 

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Here I used 500ml of very thick coconut milk.

 

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I am using two cans of baby jack fruits. This is the same like boiled jack fruits.

 

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Add All the spices in to a pot .

 

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Add the jackfruits in to it.

 

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Add the coconut milk in to the pot . Mix with the spices and the herb very well.

 

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Cook on a very low heat about an hour. Check the salt.

 

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In a seperate pot or a pan in a little oil fry some finely chopped garlic, some onion, pandan (Rampe), curry leaves, cinnamon and some dried red chillies (Cut in to Two) with some mustard seeds.

 

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Fry them until golden brown.

 

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Add that ion to the well cooked baby jackfruit which is ready to take out of the stove. Mix well. Ready to serve

 

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Its ready to serve with rice , string hoppers or even bread.