Jack Fruit Napoleons With Jack Fruit Syrup

Jack fruit Napoleons is my contribution to Jihva for Ingredients started by Indira of Mahanandi. And this month show is hosted by Bee of jugalbandi for Jack fruit. All the best BEE...............

Basically Napoleons is a creamy desserts assembled in stack alternating with fruits, crunchy shell and cream. It is a French dessert. They are absolutely delicious and so satisfying. You can prepare this dessert individually or as one large rectangular pastry. It is one of the richest desserts which I ever had.





Normally I make napoleons with berry mixture or only with raspberries. This time I thought why I don’t try with jack fruit. And guess wat? It turned out amazing. It was so delicious and of cores a different dessert too. My husband and I enjoyed it a lot.

The crunchy shell part, traditionally chefs use puff pastry or some other pastry dough. But I have used wonton warps, I leaned this trick form the food network channel. But initially I used to make this with puff pastry but now we like this wonton warp. They are very light and crunchier. We can deep fry the wonton or bake it in the oven. To be little diet conscious I baked it in the oven rather than deep frying it.



For the jack fruit syrup, I mix the jack fruit flavored water in the can with some corn starch and food colour and bring it up to boil and then make it cool.

Ingredients :



Jack fruit – 5 pieces
Sugar – 2 teaspoon
Wonton warps – 10 sheets
Fresh whipped cream – 1 cup

For the Syrup :
Jack fruit water in can – ½ cup
Corn starch – 1 teaspoon
Food colour – 2 drops




Procedure :


Preheat the oven to 350 degree

1. Place the wonton warps on a sheet.

2. Sprinkle them with sugar and pop them into the oven for 10 mins. They will become golden brown or completely cooked.

3. Let them cool completely.

4. In the mean while mix all the ingredients for syrup and bring it to boil in a sauce pan for 2 mins or until it is thick enough to drizzle. Let it to cool.

5. All the ingredients must be cool while assembling the dessert.

6. Now cut the jack fruit to any desired shape, I have cut them into strips(Julian).

7. On a plate first place one baked wonton warp and dollop a tablespoon of cream, them top it with the jack fruit and then again with wonton wrap and repeat the same thing for 2 or 3 times.

8. Finally top it with a dollop of fresh cream and it can be dusted with powder sugar or topped with a Cherri and a drizzle of jack fruit syrup.

39 comments:

  1. absolutely gorgeous creation and presentation. thanks, sukanya.

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  2. Sukanya,

    Nice pics and cool idea of Jackfruit napolean.

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  3. Excellent and very creative dish Sukanya.

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  4. Wow what a lovely presentation,Looks so yummy!!

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  5. Hi friends...
    Bee:
    Thank u.

    Sreelu:
    Thank u for ur comments.

    Asha:
    Thnak u Asha.

    Pearlin:
    Thank u..

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  6. wow sukanya,your food presentation is the best i have seen :)excellent,beautiful and simply awsome:)

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  7. oh my god, awesome pics!! Am drooling right about now :)

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  8. Hi Sukanya,thanks for visiting my blog.Very good idea of using wonton srappers instead of puff pastry sheets..about the jackfruit water in can,is it pureed jackfruit?where did you get it?

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  9. So pretty. It's rich but rich in colors and flavors. And wonton wraps...that's so creative. :D

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  10. Hi friends.....
    Dhana:
    Thank u...

    Vini K:
    Welcome to my blog Vini....... I used canned jackfruit, in that they have jackfruit soaked in sugar syrup...If it is not available, we can very will boil the jackfruit in a water and prepare the syrup.

    Tigerfish:
    Welcome to my blog.....Thank u ...

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  11. That looks so awesome!!!!! I will try it with berries though!! :) Beautiful presentation sukanya :)

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  12. Very unique great creativity Sukanya!

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  13. Hi...
    Coffee:
    Ya I love berries a lot... Thanks for ur comments....

    Roopa:
    Thank u Roopa...

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  14. Hi...
    Coffee:
    Ya I love berries a lot... Thanks for ur comments....

    Roopa:
    Thank u Roopa...

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  15. It is looking too good. Amazing recipe :)

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  16. Thanks a lot Archana...

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  17. gorgeous presentation sukanya.... its a piece of art...

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  18. such a fantastic presentation, very creative!

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  19. Hai friends....
    I am very happay that all u people loved it....
    Thanks a lot Sia and Richa

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  20. Very interesting recipe!! they look fabulous

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  21. hi sukanya,
    nice recipe of jackfruit.photo looks yummy.

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  22. Hi friends.....
    Ramya:
    Thank u.....

    Prajusha:
    Welcome to my blog.......Thanks for ur comments...

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  23. Great pics, Sukanya. The dessert looks stunning.

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  24. Wow, that looks awesome!

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  25. Hi sukanya,
    Thanks for dropping by and leaving your valuable comment.OMG your way of presenting the recipes is very very professional.Awesome recipes I should tell u I almost spent an hr in your blog.Grt going.
    Madhuri

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  26. Hi friends,
    cynthia:
    Thank u for ur comments.....

    Saju:
    Thank u....

    Rml:
    Thank u so much...

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  27. that looks beautiful. very creative and yummy looking. great entry.

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  28. Beautiful pictures sukanya. Using jackfruit for napoleons is a good idea. I've had only strawberry ones. Can't wait to try this.

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  29. Thanks for visiting me and leaving a nice comment, Sukanya. Your photography is excellent! Loved your pix! :)

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  30. Hi friends....
    Sharmi:
    Thank u ....

    Kribha:
    Do try it and let me know...Thanks for ur comments...

    Vani:
    Welcome to my blog........thanks for ur comments...

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  31. Looks great, Sukanya..nice idea.

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  32. excellent pics sukanya,..you are rocking ...looks great ...yummy yummy

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  33. Thanks a lot seena and Deepa....

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  34. Excellent presentation Sukanya... they're yummmmmmmmmm

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  35. Thanks a lot Prema.......

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  36. Wow!What a lovely entry!The pic is stunning!

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  37. these are absolutely beautiful! these will be making an appearance in my kitchen this summer :)

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  38. Something totally new for me. Very nice. Viji

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