Pineapple – 1 medium size
Finely chopped Ripe banana (nendra pazham)-1/2 of 1
Black grapes-10(cut into half and remove seeds ) opt
Grated Coconut-3/4 of 1
Cumin seeds-less than 1/4 tsp
Mustard seeds -1/4 tsp
Curry leaves -few
Dry Red chilly-3
Chop the pineapple into too fine pieces..In a kadai add chopped pineapple,banana,chilly powder,turmeric powder ,water and salt .Mix well..Close the kadai and cook for about 20 minutes in low flame ..Stir occasionally.. when the pineapple is well cooked and by then no water will be there,add jaggery and mix well and cook for another 15 minutes ..No need to close the kadai ..In between make fine paste of grated coconut ,cumin seeds and mustard seeds by adding very little water ..When the jaggery is nicely blend with the pineapple add this fine paste and mix well ..Now u can add the grapes and allow to boil for 5 minutes ..Check the taste After adding curd dont boil the pachadi…Now season with curry leaves,dry red chilly and mustard seeds.If u want u can add curd also .
After seasoning mix well and close the kadai for 1/2 hour b4 serving ..
U can adjust jaggery and chilly powder according to ur taste .Here i didnt get grapes so couldnt able to add ..banana and grapes are optional ..Pineapple itself is enough ..For a change u can add these two thats all..
New recipe to me, I will try it.
hi veena chechi tried ur sadhya style pineapple pachadi ……….. It was great… thank you chechi i was looking for the recipy for a long time and at last u came to the rescue …..oh ow i forgot to introduce my self i am keerthi mallika aunty’s daughter meghna’s friend….. thank you once again
thank u for this recipe, i was in search of this one nd thank u so much
U r always welcome Nisha.. try and let me knw hw was it 🙂
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