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Fried Buah Sukun (Breadfruit Fritters)

I didn't even know this fruit exist until my mom point it out to me.Every house at my mom Taman(Garden) have one Sukun tree at their front yard.The developer for the Taman grown Buah Sukun( Breadfruit Tree )for each house before they hand over their home to them.At first I thought it's Buah Nangka or Cempedak but after I take a good look at this fruit it's really look similar to Jackfruit but in smaller version .
Each Breadfruit weight about 2 kilos.The texture look similar to Nangka or Cempedak,right?

My mom make Breadfruit Fritters.I understand Sabahan love Buah Sukun.They used Buah Sukun as fermented wine.
It's taste really good...like yam
My mom deep fried it with flour until crispy
It is actually consider tasteless, chewy and starchy fruit with the texture of soursop fruit. If you can imagine yourself eating white plain bread that is chewy and tangling between your teeth, that’s how the breadfruit taste and feel like.
This is how it's look in side .. The fruit is rounded shape between the size of kids football toy to original football size. The breadfruit don’t even some close to comparing with cempedak which is sweet, aromatic and soft
I guess not a lot of people know Malaysian Breadfruit exist!!..If you happen to visit Pasar Malam ,some vendor stall sell Fried Buah Sukun.Give it a try!! You won't regret it

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9 comments:

Little Corner of Mine said...
March 14, 2008 at 5:31 PM

Haha...my mom always fried some of this for me whenever I went back. I thought it tasted like fried potato for me, not really crazy for it.

SIG said...
March 15, 2008 at 8:23 AM

Wow, I never seen this fruit before.

The Cooking Ninja said...
March 15, 2008 at 3:38 PM

Never seen this fruit before. Looks very interesting and wishing I could taste it in real. :)

Are you still in Malaysia?

Beachlover said...
March 16, 2008 at 12:26 PM

LCOM:
At first I thought it's nothing special but after trying few pieces,It's not really bad..But must use the ripe one,taste better.

singirishgirl:
me too until now..try to get few at pasar malam..you might like it:)

cooking ninja:
I don't think outside Malaysia sell this fruit.Maybe the next time you come back ,you can try this snack...yes,I'm still in KL now..long vacation!!

Janet said...
January 26, 2010 at 11:42 PM

Where can I buy the Breadfruit and do you know where I can get the tree as well? I am based in Penang.

presa1200 said...
May 12, 2010 at 11:28 PM

hi Janet you might wanna try looking at those villages at Sungai Dua. i've seen lots of sukun trees there...

Anonymous said...
August 7, 2010 at 7:44 PM

Never heard of this fruit before but we have a guy from the Caribbean over & he was asking if I know about this fruit! This fruit is popular in the Caribbean...I hope to try it someday. Looks really interesting.

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September 6, 2011 at 5:32 AM

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