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Pineapple Pachadi


Pineapple pachadi is an exotic dish and part of the traditional Kerala Sadhya. It is a unique dish, and a mouthwatering delicacy which is sweet and tart,a combo of pineapple, coconut and curd. There are different versions in different regions and one of my favorite is pineapple mathura pachadi . Here is two other versions which tastes equally delicious.

Ingredients
Pineapple chopped- 2 cup
yogurt- 1/2 cup
Coconut- 1/2 cup
Turmeric powder- 1/3 tsp
Chilly powder-a pinch
Green chilly - 2 
Sugar- 1 tsp
Salt as per taste
Mustard seeds- 1/2tsp
Curry leaves


Cook pineapple with turmeric powder, chilly powder, salt and sugar and a 1/3 cup of water till pineapple is completely cooked and can be easily mashed up. Grind coconut and green chilly into a fine paste and mix in yogurt and blend. Add this mixture into the cooked pineapple and stir till is warmed up. Do not allow to boil. 
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds. When they splutter add one red chilly and curry leaves and pour this mixture and oil on the pineapple curry. Serve with rice.

Pineapple pachadi another version


Ingredients
Pineapple chopped - 2 cup
Coconut- 1/3 cup
Yogurt- 3/4 cup
cumin- 1/2 tsp
Mustard seeds- 1/3
Green chilly- 2 -3
Sugar- 1/2 tsp
Salt to taste
mustard seeds- 1/2tsp
Dry red chilly-1
Curry leaves

Cook pineapple along salt, green chilly and 1/3 cup of water.
Make a paste of coconut and cumin. Mix in yogurt into this paste.
Add this mixture to the cooked pineapple and stir till is warmed up. Do not allow to boil.
Heat oil in a pan and add mustard seeds. When they splutter add one red chilly and curry leaves and pour this mixture and oil on the pineapple curry. Serve with rice.

Try this...
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. Wow tongue tickling pachadi...looks so yum

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  2. innovative and healthy tasty pachri

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  3. Pineapple pacahdi is a fav of mine, Both the version looks delicious...You made me crave this now :-)

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  4. yumm- this is my fav part of the sadhya-- loved both the versions !

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  5. Pineapple khichdi looks to be very mouthwatering. Excellent garnishing.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  6. super delicious pachadi, looks so pretty

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  7. Looks delicious ..... Pineapple Pachdi .....droolzzzzz

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  8. I have never cooked pineapples this way..sounds like a great idea :)

    US Masala

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  9. interesting recipe..

    Cheers,
    Reshmi
    www.rookieqookie.com

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  10. U alwyas make me hungry Suja...Keep rocking dear

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  11. Yumm, never tried pineapple as pachadi,both looks damn tempting..

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  12. Loved both the versions..Ethu njangalde blogile adhyathe recipe annu :) Love this yummy pachadi..

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  13. Savory pineapple,I am loving it. I like both the versions,but garlic is always a winner for me,so I choose to give the second one a shot :)

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  14. yummy...that looks and sounds so good!

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  15. pineapple pachadi ente favorite annu. Adipoli.

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  16. Pineapple pachadi ente favorite annu. adipoli pachadi

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  17. Thats a tempting pulissery dear and my daug fav..nice color and click.

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  18. Never had pineapple pachadi before. This is truly tempting! :D

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  19. tooooooooooo tempting..gonna make it soon..
    Tasty appetite

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  20. It is so new to me..and looks so delicioius..

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  21. Beautiful vibrant colour...have to try this once...

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  22. Well both looks and reminds me of kadhi ..Pineapple pachadi/kadhi is new to me..hugs and smiles

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  23. Pachadi in Pineapple ?? Wow !!!
    Ur award is awaiting, Collect it in my blog :)
    Keep Posting

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  24. pachadi assalayittundu....... aashamsakal...........

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  25. I just made it :)..looks adipoli!!!

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  26. Hi urmila,thanks for visiting my blog....pineapple pachadi is one of my Favourite curry...looks soooo yummy dear..feels to eat it !!!!

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  27. adipoli suja...aa rendamathethu looks like ice cream...

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  28. Suja, I am sharing the first award i received with you too. Please accept this. I am just a beginner, but please accept this as a token of appreciation for all your efforts and for inspiring me.

    ammaandbaby.blogspot.com/

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  29. Love this sweet and sour combination.Mouthwatering pachadi.

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  30. Loved both the versions..
    http://panchamrutham.blogspot.com/

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  31. lips smacking pachadi...yumm.

    Loved ur broccoli recipe too.

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  32. Thanks all for stopping by and for sweet comments:)

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  33. i love this, have had them couple of time, looks very delish!

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  34. Looks awesome! Must try this some time.

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  35. Suja, I tried the first version and it came out really very well. Thanks for the recipe :)

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  36. hi
    I love these recipes and will surely try them...
    we make pineapple sasav as we call it in goa which is a dry version with coconut and ground mustard seeds...
    I am adding you to my sidebar...

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