Panasa Pottu Aava Koora Recipe – Andhra Style Mustard Flavoured Raw Jackfruit Curry

Panasa Pottu Ava Koora Recipe is shredded Raw Jackfruit cooked in a flavoursome mustard coconut masala, that is essentially Andhra Style.

Shredded/grated raw jackfruit is called Panasa Pottu in Telugu. The traditional process of shredding raw jackfruit is elaborate. There used to be a special knife used only for finely chopping jackfruit. 

In the jackfruit season, this curry recipe is a must for Andhra Brahmin wedding menu. 

Did you know: Jackfruit is one of the least known superfoods. It is high in fiber and hence offers higher satiation due to higher fibre and water content. Unlike ripe jackfruit, raw jackfruit is great for diabetes. Clinical Research has found that raw jackfruit has a much lower glycemic load than rice and wheat.

This is the reason why unripe jackfruit can help reverse the diabetic condition. In addition, Jackfruit rich in flavonoids, antioxidants, phytonutrients and vitamin C, which make it an excellent treatment for boosting the body’s immune system. The high levels of potassium found in jackfruit help lower blood pressure, aiding in the prevention of strokes and heart disease.

Serve this Panasa Pottu Aava Koora Recipe along with Steamed Rice and Arachuvitta Sambar Recipe and Elai Vadam Recipe for a complete South Indian lunch. 

For an Indian Diabetic meal, serve Panasa Pottu Aava Koora Recipe along with Foxtail Millet Lemon Rice Recipe and Palak Raita Recipe for a weekday lunch. 

If you like this Koora Recipe, you can take a look at more such recipes: 

  1. Andhra Style Tomato Cauliflower Koora
  2. Andhra Style Davva Aava Koora Recipe
  3. Andhra Style Vankaya Kothimeera Karam Koora Recipe