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Pesaha / Passover's coming,here is the recipe for Indari Appam with step by step pictures and video
Indari (Indri) Appam / Pesaha (Passover) Appam

Tuesday, 25 December 2012

Jack Fruit Wine Recipe / Chakka Wine Recipe


May this Christmas fill your hearts with warmth, peace and joy! Have a Holy and a Blessed Christmas!


Hope all of you are ready for Christmas celebrations with family and friends..... Today’s Christmas special recipe is Jack Fruit Wine or Chakka Wine.... I got this recipe from my sister-in-law, Vimala sometime back..... since it is difficult to get Jack Fruit / Chakka here, or highly priced if available, I never got a chance to try it.... On my last vacation to Kerala there were a couple of jack fruits left over from that season at my mom’s place..... I love chakka and I ate ripe chakka to my heart content that day.... I even asked my aunt to make some Chakka curry/ puzukku too with unripened chakka… Chakka curry with kadumanga pickle is heavenly! So even after eating ripe chakka Chula/ jack fruit bulbs morning, afternoon and evening there was a lot left over..... and she was planning to make chakka halwa.... Then I thought about this wine recipe and told her will make some wine..... so we both made the wine that day and by the time I left Kerala the wine was ready..... so I took a bottle of wine from there and was waiting for the wine to age..... so here is how we made the wine....the quantity of water and sugar depends upon the chakka / jack fruit you use.... You may have to + or - water and sugar accordingly.....


Jack Fruit Wine Recipe / Chakka Wine Recipe
Ingredients:
Jack fruit pulp -1 kg (Add enough water to cover 1 kg chakka chula/ ripe jack fruit bulbs and cook well on slow fire. Then beat well in the mixie. This is jack fruit pulp. This should weigh 1 kg).
Sugar- 750 gm to 1 kg
Water – 2 liter
Yeast – ½ tsp
Method:
  • Make a syrup of sugar and water.
  • Dissolve yeast in ½ cup warm water.
  • Mix yeast solution and the jack fruit pulp with the sugar syrup and pour in to a clean sterilize bottle / bharani.
  • Close the mouth of the bottle/ bharani and secure tightly with cloth tied over the mouth.
  • Keep aside for 15 days.
  • Strain and keep for another three days.
  • This wine mellows with age and is best after a month or more.


Thanks to,
Saira, Mohan uncle and Elsy aunty for the beautiful wooden board in the picture… Uncle made it exactly as I wanted, Thanks a lot :)....
To my sister in law for the Jack fruit wine recipe,
To my aunt for making the wine for me.




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11 comments:

  1. Christmas greetings to you and yours!! The wine looks beautiful.

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    1. Thank you... Season's greetings to you too...

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  2. ¸.•°☆⊱彡
    HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!

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    ೋ~~ FELÍZ AÑO 2013~~
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  3. Marvellous wine, never heard about this..Belated xmas wishes.

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  4. swpana dr ............i love ur blog ..............that helps me to win the title "cookery queen " kollam flower show ........ thanks a lot for revealing beautiful dishes

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  5. We don't need to stir it every day ???
    please replay soon because i started to make it.

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    1. No you don't need to stir this wine

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  6. Thanks for quick replay. made ginger wine. now nellikka and chakka wine are under progress.

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  7. I want to make red grapes wine,Here I am in Kuwait, so I dont have a bharani or a glass jars, so I can use a heavy type plastic bucket or not? also hot & cold water mean chudaki thanuppicha water alle?Please give me a ans? your all recipes are great, I want to try one by one.

    Thanks
    Shaji


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    1. You will get big glass bottles enough to hold 4 to 6 liters water here in this country. I will not recommend plastic buckets for making wine. hot & cold water means Thilappichu aaricha water. Do let me know if you try any recipes...

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  8. for red black grape wine recipe, hot & cold water means(chudaki ariya water alle?)Please reply me, your all recipes are great, one by one I want to try,
    Thanks
    Shaji

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