Uniquely delicious brined jackfruit flatbread was my breakfast today which sounds too awesome to start the day guys!! Because it is packed with flavorful, ever craving jackfruit goodness.
Officially kids summer vacation has started today which is alarming me to finish up the grocery and the stuff that are stocked way long back for a good reason. Because it is that time of the year when we start our vacation trip to India to enjoy the holidays with our loved ones. On top of that, you know how my vacation is. Away from internet, blog, mails and social media thing or keeping them to the minimum I love to be with my dear parents. At the same time, I can’t disappoint my valuable readers with NO blog posts, so pre-scheduling most of recipes is happening since a while. You can easily find me in the kitchen or facing computer for extended period of time during these days. Which is kind of compulsion for me to enjoy the holidays like REAL holidays without any distraction.
Let me remind you about brined jackfruit on which I talked about in brined jackfruit fryums post early this year. To reiterate it is the way of preserving some fruits through pickling, for use when they are no longer available. After the fryums, I had left with some pickled jackfruit pods which I transformed in to an amazing flatbread or rotti and it was too very awesome with soft texture and genuine taste.
Brined jackfruit flatbread or rotti is going to be in my food memory for long as it has introduced me to a new technique of patting the flatbread. A damp cloth can do the real magic friends. As it lets you to pat the flatbread as thin as possible and rotti never breaks when you transfer it over the griddle. The damp cloth doesn’t stick and melt on the hot griddle which is common issue with plastic sheets. So patting such flatbread is no more messy now onwards.
If you ever get to have some pickled jackfruit, do try this flatbread and let me know.