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    Bread Fruit 'N' Lamb

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    By: Wilma Pereira, Bahrain

    1 kg Lamb (Mutton) cut in medium cubes and cleaned
    1 Bread Fruit (Divi-Guzo) peeled, cut in medium, triangle shaped cubes and cleaned.

    Ingredients for grinding:

    ½ coconut grated
    4 cloves of garlic
    8 long red chillies
    1 big onion
    3 tsp coriander
    1 tsp cumin seeds
    ½ tsp turmeric powder
    ½ tsp pepper
    ¼ tsp mustard seeds
    1 tsp kaskas (optional)
    4 cloves
    2” cinnamon
    1 marble sized tamarind

    Fry the above ingredients (except coconut and garlic) on a frying pan and grind them all to a fine paste.

    Boil mutton with salt (as per taste) and bay leaves (pressure cook if you like to have it soft).

    Boil Bread Fruit cubes with little water and salt (as per taste) for about 10 minutes or till it is cooked.

    Preparation of curry:

    Take little oil or ghee (as per preference) in a cooking vessel and fry curry leaves, add one sliced onion  and fry till golden brown now add the ground paste fry for 2mins, add the water and keep the curry medium thick. When it starts to boil add the cooked mutton with the bay leaves and the cooked breadfruit cubes, check for salt if needed and finally take a good boil.

    This curry can also be prepared with the ash pumpkin (kuvalo) instead of Bread Fruit with the same ingredients.

    Bread fruit used as a snack or a starter:

    Cut bread fruit into long thin slices and apply the paste which is a mixture of chilly powder, salt, vinegar and a pinch of turmeric powder. Keep it for atleast 20 mins and then shallow fry on a pan to a brownish color with little oil, turning them over on both sides.


    Marinated Bread Fruit slices......    Fried and ready to eat.

    Go, get your glass! Bread Fruit Fry is ready!

     
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    Sarah, USA : this recipe is all over the bloody place- I know I didn't make it right because it jumps around so much that I left out ingredients or prepared them in the wrong order- and what are you supposed to do with the coconut??
    Jennifer Lobo, USA : Hi Wilma

    One more yum recipe of my favorite Devi Guzo!! I knew that devi guzo goes well with dukra maas but didnt know about its combination with Lamb though. I love those 'Podis' looks so yum yum :)
    Shaly Pereira, Oman: Hey Wilma.....ur recipi brought back sweet memories as I recently had breadfruit when I was in M'lore - fried n curried with prawns. But I've never tasted breadfruit with mutton. I'm sure it's yummy.
    Dots Rego, USA : Hi Wilma,

    Thanks for sharing this bread fruit recipe. The recipe looks very scrumptious especially the fried ones. Is this bread fruit taken from your veggie garden in Bahrain??

    Have fun in Bangalore.
    Judith Serrao, UAE: Hi Wilma,

    Yum Yum….one of my favourites. Could even get the aroma of the masala just seeing the pictures. Thank you for sharing with us these lovely typical Mangalorean delicacies. Look forward to more. Glad to note that all of you had a splendid time at Malaysia and Bangkok and are now having a leisurely and laid-back time in Bangalore.
    Chelli Silvakelli, India : Hey Wilma,

    Thot U guys are on a holiday...Dont tell me Agnel decided to stay back in Bangkok & start an Indi Restaurant...
    The dish does look yummy thou!!! Lovely pics of the ingredients too...
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