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Roasted Jackfruit – Basic Recipe

Jackfruit is a versatile ingredient for a meat substitute. The trick I have found to make it perfect is to roast it in the oven. Here is how I roast my jackfruit and it turns out perfect every time.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Make sure you throughly rinse the jackfruit. Otherwise, it will have a briny taste.

I usually shredded mine as I am rinsing the jackfruit. It is multitasking at its finest.

Spread the shredded jackfruit onto a sheet pan.

Generously season the jackfruit with the All-Purpose Seasoning.

Note: I will sometimes use my Smokey Southwestern Seasoning instead of the All-Purpose Seasoning, if I want to make some Tex-Mex.

Roast for 10 minutes; stir jackfruit, and roast for an additional 10 minutes.

You can find some of my jackfruit recipes under the jackfruit category.

Serve. Eat. Enjoy.

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5 thoughts on “Roasted Jackfruit – Basic Recipe

  1. Very handy as I have a couple of cans of jackfruit.

    1. Hi Sheree! this is my go to way to make jackfruit – whether I use it in pasta, soups, salads or whatever else I so desire. It always turns out. As always thanks for stopping by Cathryn’s Kitchen.

      1. Pleasure as always dropping by, Cathryn

  2. Great to know. I have eaten jackfruit in restaurants and have bought ready made products with it, but never ventured into cooking something from scratch. Thanks for helping us know what to do with it!

    1. Hi Caramel. Thanks for the nice comment and stopping by Cathryn’s Kitchen.

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