Jack Fruit Wine/ Chakkappazham Wine

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This time while returning from our Kerala trip, my MIL sent almost 2 kgs of jack fruit. With J, leaving for Delhi the next day, I felt that we won’t be able to finish off the entire stuff. I decided to make some wine with it. As I didn’t have any recipe in hand, I decided to try it my way.
As luck would have it, my MIL was with us when I was opening the wine jar. I was really anxious while serving her some wine for tasting. I was thrilled when she gave her stamp of approval.

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Jack Fruit Wine/ Chakkappazham Wine
Jack fruit wine, that can be easily made at home in 15 days.
  1. Chop the flesh and grind to a paste.
  2. Transfer the jack fruit paste into a ceramic container (Bharani).
  3. Add sugar, boiled and cooled water, cinnamon and yeast.
  4. Stir well using a wooden spoon.
  5. Cover the mouth of the container preferably with a cloth and lid.
  6. Leave the container untouched for 15 days.
  7. On the 16th day open the container and strain the liquid.
  8. Transfer to sterilized bottles, preferably coloured glass bottles.It is said that coloured bottles retain the colour of the wine.
  9. You may use the wine after a month.
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