Kathal masala

Hello everyone, hope you all are doing good. Today we are here to embark on a culinary adventure through the vibrant streets of India as we delve into the exquisite flavors of Kathal Masala, a tantalizing vegetarian dish that celebrates the jackfruit in all its glory. Bursting with aromatic spices and rich textures, this recipe offers a symphony of tastes that will transport your taste buds to the heart of Indian cuisine. Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a curious food enthusiast, join us as we uncover the secrets behind this beloved dish and learn how to recreate it in your own kitchen.

Benefits of Kathal (Jackfruit) Masala: Kathal, or jackfruit, is not only a versatile ingredient but also a nutritional powerhouse. Packed with vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber, jackfruit offers a range of health benefits, including improved digestion, boosted immunity, and enhanced heart health. Additionally, jackfruit is a sustainable alternative to meat, making Kathal Masala an excellent choice for vegetarians and vegans looking to add variety to their diet.

So let’s start making the kathal masala in most easiest way with the ingredients which are already available in our house.

Steps to follow while making kathal masala:-

  • Take some water in a bowl with pinch of turmeric powder and pinch of salt. Now add 500gm chopped and washed kathal in it. Let it boil for 10minutes.
Kathal masala
  • Heat 2tsp mustard oil in kadhai and add the boiled kathal and start frying it.
  • Fry the kathal for 10mins. And then take it out from kadhai.
Kathal masala
  • Again heat 2tsp mustard oil in the same kadhai.
  • Now add 1/2tsp cumin seeds, 3black peppers, 3lung, 1tej patta and 1dalcheeni.
  • Add 3chopped onions and stir it for 2mins.
  • Add 2tsp of crushed ginger garlic and green chilli. Cook until aroma dissipates.
  • Now add 1tsp turmeric powder, 1tsp Kashmiri red chilli powder, 2tsp coriander powder and salt to taste.
  • Stir well to combine the spices then add 2chopped potatoes (optional) and fried kathal (jackfruit) in it.
Kathal masala
  • Mix both of them until they are well coated with spices and cover it with lid for 10mins.
  • After 10mins open the lid, stir the kathal and add 2chopped tomatoes and cook until the oil separates.
Kathal masala
  • Add 1tsp garam masala powder and splash of water, if needed. Cover and cook until the jackfruit (kathal) is tender , stir it occasionally.
Kathal masala
  • Once the kathal is cooked add freshly chopped coriander leaves.
Kathal masala
  • You can serve it with rice, roti, paratha or whatever you like it. It taste great with all of these.
Kathal masala


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