Theodore Said:Any good pana (breadfruit) recipes out there?
We Answered:Here are 12 really nice reciepes, simply copy, paste, print and cook...
hope they help....
Roast the breadfruit whole over charcoal (the best method), or directly over a gas burner. Turn the fruit as it begins to char. The roasting takes about an hour. When steam starts to escape from the stem end, the breadfruit is done.
Remove the breadfruit from the fire, and cut a circle at the stem end. Scoop out the heart, and discard it. Scoop out the meat, or cut off the charred outer skin, and cut the meat into slices, and serve it hot.
1 ripe breadfruit
1 litre clear beef soup
juice of one lime
100ml coconut cream
Pierce breadfruit skin and bake for 35 minutes at 180ÂºC or microwave for 8-12 minutes.
When partially cooled, separate flesh from skin and add this to the heated clear beef soup
Season with pepper and paprika, add lime juice.
Smooth soup in a blender.
Reheat before serving, but do not boil.
Add 10ml of coconut cream to each serving and stir.
1 mature, firm breadfruit
1 or 2 large onions
100ml lemon juice
60ml salad oil
10ml of sugar
chopped spring onion
3 hard boiled eggs
Cut breadfruit in quarters leaving skin and centre.
Put in a large pot, cover with water, add a little salt and boil covered until tender.
Slice onion finely.
Place in a bowl, cover with cold water, add a little salt and leave standing for 15 minutes.
Drain water and rinse onions.
Squeeze onions with hands to remove all water and put into another bowl.
Add lemon juice, oil, salt, pepper, sugar, chopped parsley and chopped spring onions.
When breadfruit is cooked, cool and then refrigerate.
Remove skin and centre, slice thinly and arrange neatly on serving platter.
Slice eggs and arrange on top. Cover with onion mixture.
Some red capsicum may be added for colour.
N.B. It is preferable to boil breadfruit on the previous day. Excess breadfruit may be used in lieu of potatoes in curries.
1 ripe breadfruit 500ml cubed,
2 onions , sliced
pepper to taste
150g grated cheese (cheddar or Edam)
Bake breadfruit for 60 minutes at 160ÂºC; it is cooked when a fork is easily inserted.
Meat may be left-over roast; brown this with a little vegetable oil and onions, set aside.
If eggplant is used, cut fruit into 4mm slices and fry lightly. Prepare tomatoes identically.
Peel partially cooled breadfruit and dice the flesh.
Place half of this in a greased casserole dish.
Cover with half of each: the meat, then the leaf vegetable, the tomato mixture, and half of the cheese.
Repeat layering with remaining ingredients.
Bake at 180ÂºC for 40 minutes, or until the cheese is browned.
Boil breadfruit until soft, about 30 minutes.
When breadfruit is cool enough to handle, remove the skin.
Mash pulp together with butter, salt and pepper. Slowly add milk and egg, beating well.
Place in a casserole dish.
Bake at 180ÂºC until the top is browned.
1 ripe breadfruit
500g sliced or diced fish
Boil a ripe breadfruit.
Place slices of breadfruit into a casserole, pour coconut cream over and bake for 15 minutes at 180ÂºC.
Add fish (fresh is preferred, otherwise use tinned) and cook for a further 15 minutes or until fish is cooked.
Serve with a bowl of freshly cooked vegetables.
Breadfruit in Fish Salad
500ml cooked mature breadfruit, cubed
250ml cubed cooked or tinned fish
2 chopped hard boiled eggs
250ml finely sliced, mixed salad vegetables
60ml grated onion
watercress or lettuce
salad dressing or lemon juice
Combine all ingredients except the watercress (or lettuce).
Add salad dressing or lemon juice if desired.
Serve cold on lettuce or watercress
180ml sour cream (or yoghurt)
180ml breadfruit pulp (very ripe)
750ml SR flour
Cream butter and sugar, add egg, mix, then add sour cream.
Add breadfruit pulp, mixing throughout.
Finally, add sifted SR flour and mix.
Cut scones and place on a tray lined with baking paper.
Bake at 250ÂºC for 12 minutes.
Baked Breadfruit SoufflÃ©
500ml cooked, mashed breadfruit
125ml brown or white sugar
2ml nutmeg or cinnamon
2ml ground ginger
3 separated eggs
375ml coconut milk
100ml raisins soaked in rum
Mix all ingredients except egg whites.
Beat egg whites until stiff and fold into the mixture.
Pour into a greased or baking paper lined cake tin.
Bake at 180ÂºC for 45 minutes until soufflÃ© has risen and browned.
Serve hot or cold
Roasted Chicken with Breadfruit
salt to taste
500ml cooked mature breadfruit
10ml citrus rind
40ml chopped parsley(?)
40ml vegetable oil
2 small onions, sliced
1 crushed clove of garlic
10ml lemon juice
butter Rub chicken with salt.
Mash cooked, cored and peeled breadfruit,
add citrus rind, salt and parsley.
Fry onions and garlic in pre-heated oil.
When cooked, mix in breadfruit mixture and use to stuff the chicken.
Sew up the chicken.
Rub chicken with lemon and then with butter.
Place chicken in a covered baking dish, containing 60ml of water.
Bake at 180ÂºC for 60 minutes.
Remove the cover, baste; brown chicken in the oven for a further 30 minutes.
1 sachet of yeast
120ml warm water
750ml soft ripe breadfruit
250ml chopped mixed fruit
125ml chopped dates
200ml chopped nuts
juice and grated rind
of 1 orange
500ml wholemeal flour
Place yeast, 5ml sugar and half a cup of warm water in a small bowl. Mix, and set aside.
Mix breadfruit pulp in a bowl with all other ingredients, add flour last.
When yeast has risen, add to cake mixture. Add more flour if required to give dough a "cake" consistency.
Place in a lined cake tin. Bake at 180ÂºC for 50 minutes.
Test with a knife, which should be clean when withdrawn from the cake to indicate that baking is complete.
Nathaniel Said:breadfruit curry recipe???????????????
We Answered:Varutharachu (breadfruit curry)
1 lb. Potato or kadachakka (bread fruit), cut into small cubes
Â½ tsp. chile powder
Â¼ tsp. turmeric powder
2 tsp. coriander powder
1 tsp. garam masala
3 oz. coconut milk (optional)
1/3 onion, cut into small pieces
2 green chile (optional), cut long
oil, salt, mustard seeds
Curry leaves (optional)
Heat oil, fry mustard seeds, add onion, green chile & curry leaves, stir until it turns light brown. Then add salt, all the powders and masala, stir until it turns brown, then add coconut milk and veg., stir well, cover it and cook until well cooked. (If not adding coconut milk, add a cup of water instead). It is ready to serve! (In fact, it should be made by roasting coconut and all the spices, and blending them very nicely, but it is not easy to do it here. So I made up this version.) (You can cook kadala too the same way. For kadala, you can use just the garam masala and chile powder only. Either way, it tastes good.)
Maxine Said:anybody got good recipe for homemade fruit cake?
We Answered:HOMEMADE FRUIT CAKE
2 c. regular flour
1 tsp. baking soda
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. cloves
1 stick butter
1 3/4 c. sugar
1/2 tsp. cinnamon
1/2 tsp. nutmeg
1 1/2 c. applesauce
1 c. raisins
1/2 c. walnuts or chopped pecans
1/2 lb. mixed fruit
1 c. nuts
1/2 c. dates
1/4 c. black walnuts
Mix all fruits and nuts together (roll in flour). Mix all cake ingredients together. Add fruit mixture. Put in pound cake pan that has been greased and floured. Bake at 325 degrees for 2 hours and 45 minutes. Let cool 15 minutes before taking out of pan.
Jamie Said:What is the best way to eat a breadfruit?
We Answered:You can also peel, chop into chunks and put in a stew or where potatoes are used. Peel, slice thin and fry in oil, salt to taste. Eat like a french fry. Bake in its peel then open and dip in soyu, salt and chicken drippings. (Not too healthy, but good!) Bake in peel, then peel breadfruit, chop into chunks, add coconut milk, sugar, mash slightly. Eat hot or cold. Can also add grated coconut to this one.
You can tell when ripe mostly by watching the fruit mature on the tree. You will be able to tell. Over ripe is soft and strong smelling. The outside of the fruit will have beads of white sap when nearing ripe. This all depends on the type of breadfruit you have growing.
Hope this helped you out a bit.. Happy eating!!
Chester Said:Any good pana (breadfruit) recipes out there?
We Answered:I love tostones de Pana or Panapen. Also boiled with other verduras (pumpkin, yautia, yam, malanga...) But in this link you will find recipes for Panapen croquetas, tostones, cake, pudin, escabeche, mofongo, and salads. (I hope you can read Spanish.)
Hope it helps!
Brad Said:breadfruit cou-cou?
We Answered:Breadfruit cou cou
4 ozs salt meat
2 teaspoons (or less) salt
1 bunch herbs
2 cups stock
1 onion (finely chopped)
2 tablespoons of margarine
Cut breadfruit into slices and boil with salt and meat, herbs and onion in water, just covering the fruit.
When soft take from the heat and crush with a potato masher then with a heavy wooden spatula to makle quite smooth. Adding stock as necessary. Stir in some margarine and when smooth, place in a dish and spread with the remainder margarine.