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Monday, July 12, 2021

Aash/ Aush





Aash sometimes referred to as aush, is a varity of thick soup.

I saw this recipe on a TV show named "Lost recipe" but when I googled, I saw so màny recipes of aash which were totally different. 

Usually this recipe is made with tender mutton along with some basic spices and the key thing in this recipe there is that tadka is added 7 times at an interval of every 1 hour.

But as i am vegetarian I always try to make veg version. 

I made it with raw jack fruit and followed all the steps as needed. 

The recipe turned out to be so delicious.

As I mentioned there are so many recipes of aash but they are totally different from the recipe which I saw on TV, so I followed the recipe which I saw on TV.

As I have made this recipe with raw jack fruit so I gave a little change in this recipe and added the tadka at an interval of half an hour. 

The cashew nut paste and cream gives it nice creamy texture. 

I think in future I will make more recipes using Jack fruit but when I made this one, I felt so proud of myself 😊😊


Presentation Time:- 10 minutes 

Cooking Time:- 3. 40 hours 

Serves:-  4 to 6 

Author:- Hem lata srivastava 


Ingredients:-

  1.  1 kg Raw Jack fruit/ Kathal 
  2. Salt as per your taste 
  3. 2 no. Sliced onion 
  4. 1 tbsp chopped ginger 
  5. 1tbsp chopped garlic 
  6. 10 no. Black pepper 
  7. 2 stick cinnamon 
  8. 10 cloves
  9. 1 piece mace
  10. 1 star anise 
  11. 1tsp White pepper powder 
  12. 1 tbsp ghee
  13. 2tbsp Cashew nuts paste 
  14. 2tbsp fresh cream 

For Tadka:-

  1. 4 tbsp fine chopped garlic 
  2. 7 black cardamom 
  3. 4 tbsp desi ghee 


For Garnish:-

  1.  Coriander leaves 
  2. Fresh cream 


Recipe procedur:- 

  1. There is always a big task of peeling and cutting the jack fruit,  so you need to apply the oil on your palm and knife.
  2. Peel, wash and cut the jack fruit into chunks. 
  3. Now heat ghee in a heavy bottomed pan. 
  4. Add Jack fruit and all the whole spices along with onion, garlic and ginger,  Add 4 glass of water. 
  5. Cover and cook for half an hour.
  6. Meanwhile heat 1/2 tsp ghee add 1tsp chopped garlic and 1 black cardamom. 
  7. Open the lid and pour the tadka over it. 
  8. Again repeat the process after half an hour. 
  9. When the seventh tadka done switch off the gas. 
  10. Now strain the broth heat 1tbsp ghee  in a pan add garlic saute until translucent add lower the heat add cashew paste and white pepper powder mix it well add cream.
  11. Now mash the Jack fruit pieces add to the cream mixture mix it well and cook for 5 minutes. 
  12. Now arrange the plate as you wish.
  13. Garnish with coriander leaves serve hot with bread sticks. 



Note :-

  1. As I mentioned I have added the tadka in intervals of half an hour.
  2. I added spices as per my choice you can add more.
  3. I tried to make it as I saw may be I forgot some step .



26 comments:

  1. Wow! Aash definitely looks delicious and sounds amazingly yum. Maybe I will try making it with yam. Thanks for the recipe.

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  2. Aash looks delicious and something new for me. This dish is different kind, would love to try it soon. Nicely presented.

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  3. Aash looks super tempting. I am in love with your traditional jackfruit recipes. Beautifully presented. I would love to try this when I get some raw tender jackfruit here .

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  4. What a unique and different recipe Hem Lata. Substituting the meat with jackfruit is a wonderful idea. Would love to try this veggie version of Aash.

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  5. What a unique and different recipe by using jackfruit. What a beautiful presentation and this looks absolutely flavorful and delicious.

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  6. Yes, definitely you have a strong reason to proud yourself for converting a non vegetarian dish to vegetarian one using raw jack fruit. This is really a unique recipe, especially tadka part.

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  7. Such a unique recipe, never had heard of it before. Looks delicious.

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  8. Aash recipe is totally new to me. But this sounds interesting with jack fruit. Will try this if we get jackfruit here.

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  9. That is such a flavorful and delicious soup recipe. Love your vegetarian version with jackfruit. Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe.

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  10. Aash totally new soup for me. your vegetarian version sounds totally delish! Thanks for sharing a unique recipe!

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  11. Aash recipe I never heard of, but what a genius idea to turn this non veg recipe into vegetarian.

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  12. Aash --a totally new recipe to me. But I liked the way you have made the vegetarian version using raw jackfruit.

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  13. it is very interesting to read through your post. You have used the jackfruit to such perfection. I get canned jackfruit here, can I use that?

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