Heat oil in a deep pan. The second version calls for papaya that is chopped finely and seasoned with urad dal along with mustards, dry red chilies etc which gives it a nutty and unique taste. Fry for a minute or two. both versions looks good…i’m gonna try the second version soon…. My mother used to make the grated pappaya thoran for my brother who hated papaya and was a lover of cabbage. He never even realized the difference. You can add around 1/2 – 3/4 cup cooked vanpayar / cherrupayar to this thoran. 2. Papaya/Omakka / Kappalanga Thoran – Two Versions 1. Chop the papaya finely(kothi ariyuka). Peel the raw papaya, cut into half, deseed and chop into very small pieces. Crushed red chilli-1 1/4tsp or dry chilli-2 to3, After that pressure cook and keep aside..(4-5 whitsle), Remove the fibbers using finger (just wipe each piece with fingers ), Cut pindi into small pieces and add to the salt water ..(otherwise the colour will change into brown ..), Then wash thoroughly and pressure it with adding little water and salt …. The first version which tastes like cabbage thoran uses grated papaya and the preparation method is also exactly like that of cabbage thoran that we have have posted here. Grate the papaya. Kerala Style Chakkakuru Mezhukkupuratti Recipe is simply a Jackfruit Seed Stir Fry It is a favourite dish from Kerala that uses jack fruit seed which is stir fried with some Indian spices. Will try out. Wife, Mother, Blogger and above all, an ardent lover of good food. Thalassery Chemmeen Biriyani/ Thalassery Style Prawn Biriyani, http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com, Papaya/ kappalanga / omakka – Half medium sized. But the thing is, we Keralites have a strong attraction towards thoran, that it finds a place in our menu almost every day. very new n interseting recipe..lovely color n presentation dear !! Nothing much to write about it apart from the fact that, it is made with raw papaya, which is loaded with so much of health benefits. Splutter mustards and brown dry red chilies. Love the clicks.http://shanthisthaligai.blogspot.com/, Loving both the versions. 3. Follow Veena Jan's board Kerala Sadya Recipes on Pinterest. . A gourmet dictionary of over 1,300 simple recipes ranging from breakfast, kids recipes, vegan, non-vegetarian to Kerala dishes to make cooking fun. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Keep aside. Alternatively, you can crush or pulse it in a mixer. A typical Keralites’ normal lunch is not complete without rice, a yoghurt or coconut-based gravy, thoran, mezhukkupuratti and some non-veg dish. Rotate the oil in the sides of the cooker, When the oil is piping hot (the flame should be in high heat ) Pour this slightly hot jaggery rice flour mix to the hot cooker, add fried coconut d onion in the top . It seems papaya aids in digestion and if you browse the net, you can see the numerous benefits it … I love raw papaya and glad to learn one more recipe for it. Kappalanga Thoran or Omakka Thoran is a tasty and healthy side dish made with raw papaya. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! wow both the versions looks superb …i love raw papaya …thats for sharing such a wonderful dishes .. Both the recipes rock !! Love this thoran. Grate the papaya. This thoran recipe has grated papaya stir fried with a spiced coconut mixture. Papaya thoran and kachimoru is one of my fav combo for rice. Splutter mustards, add dry red chillies, urad dal and brown them. Wow wow..Perfect thorans dearies…Loved both of them…Choodu chorum, samramum koode undel ,athu mathy.. Lovely pics,nice to know both these version, simple and tasty …. Never tried the garlic version though.thoran illandu lunch aalochikkane prayasam.. my mom make sabzi/curry with papaya often but I have never tried cooking with this veggie yet..both the recipes sounds delicious..love the step by step pictorial..thanks for sharing! Splutter mustards and brown dry red chilies. I luv papaya stir fry …….. luv both the versions of papaya thoran. Crush grated coconut with garlic, turmeric powder and chilly powder(njeruduka). Jackfruit seeds are … May God bless you abundantly, Thank you so much for your kind words!! In malayalam, we’d say “kothi ariyuka”. Copyright © 2010–2020 Yummy O Yummy. To make Pacha Papaya Thoran, wash, peel and halve the green papaya… The unavoidable ingredient in all these thorans is coconut. Add grated papaya & mix well. ah that would taste so darn good with some hot rice. The whole method wont take more than 10 – 15 mts. Both the papapya thoran recipes that we have shared today tastes very different. Cover and cook at low heat for a few minutes. 2. Heat 2 tsp in a deep pan. Wow, that is such a nice recipe. Mix this thoroughly with the chopped papaya along with salt. Never cooked papaya before. I grated it in a food processor. If I can cook,U can also... Dear friends hold my hands and lets begin our journey with loads of love & joy and surprise ur loved ones :). Your email address will not be published. http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com. Loved both versions….very healthy and sounds very tasty too…. Mix well. Mix together coconut, small onion, green chilly, garlic, turmeric powder, jeera & salt, using your hands. Add the coconut mixture & stir for 2-3 minutes. While cooling down it will become more dry .. I chopped it in a food processor. Soak vanapayar for 3-4 hours .. After that pressure cook and keep aside.. (4-5 whitsle) Slice pindi in medium size pieces.. The divine aroma that fills the kitchen when I cook or bake is simply what keeps me going! Serve hot with rice. Crush small onion and dry red chilli together .. Add crushed onion chilli along with curry leaves and sauté till the raw smell goes.. Then add cooked pindi ,payar and grated coconut to this and mix well.. Mash them with back of a wooden spoon .. Cook till it become semi medium dry stage .. Each thoran is prepared in a different way with different veggie combinations, spices or different seasonings to bring out their best flavors. Wonderful looking pappaya thoran, never had thoran with pappaya, yummm!! , http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.comhttp://www.lovelypriyanka.blogspot.com. I cook, serve, and eat with almost the same passion. It’s light, flavourful and easy to prepare.