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Jackfruit Milkshake

Jack fruit Season started here....yummy delicious fruit. Am sure most of the people love this fruit. Have planned lots of recipes with this. Everyone must be aware that this delicious fruit is rich in energy, dietary fiber, minerals and vitamins. Kids will love this recipe for sure..Just enjoi your summer with this chilled refreshing drink.

Ingredients :

8 - 10 Jack fruit flesh
1 Tbsp Sugar
1 Cup Milk
Ice cubes



Method :

Remove seeds from Jack fruit and take only the flesh.
Add everything in a blender and blend them until smooth.
Serve chill in a tall glass.

Note :

Adjust sugar according to the sweetness of the fruit.



Linking this recipe with






  Kerala Kitchen  hosted by Julie @  Erivum Puliyum



Comments

  1. wow very yummy.. want to take a sip..

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  2. Very delicious

    Event: Dish name starts with M

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  3. Unfortunately we dont get those fresh jackfruits here,but i never stopped making this kind of shakes with the tinned ones,well done Priya.

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  4. Wow you always come up with mouthwatering recipes..Looks very yummy :)

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  5. Hi Priya satheesh ,

    Mouth watering !!!

    I love jackfruit...

    Keep on Priya:)

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  6. Yummy n delicious looking milk shake.

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  7. Missing those delicious fruits here.....looks yummy and very tempting :)

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  8. nice recipe..
    http://www.poornirecipes.blogspot.com

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  9. Hi Priya,

    Thxs for ur lovely comment, U have wonderful collection of recipes....B/W Kings Fruit milkshake looks wonderful but rarely we get fresh one,sure will try it!

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  10. Healthy shake..You can link this t THE KERALA KITCHEN event,link below:-)

    Ongoing Events at(Erivum Puliyum)-
    1. The Kerala Kitchen(June'12)

    2.EP Series-Basil OR Cardamom

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    1. Thanks julie...Done..linked with ur event too:)

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  11. Healthy and perfect for the season we are in ..Nice meeting you.

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    1. Thanks Melange...nice meeting u too and happy to follow u:)

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  12. Hi Priya,

    I was searching for delicious recipes to prepare for my kids and I came across yours. Your posted recipes are yummy. Thanks for posting. I think you will be very positive to accept a small advice. Jackfruit should never ever go with milk, as it is a slow poison for human consumption. I came across this fact in ayurveda, which we all should be aware of.

    Thanks for posting all those healthy recipes!

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