Monday, March 30, 2009

Pineapple Pachadi



Last week I was going crazy for pineapples.Don't know why. I made pineapple rice,pineapple pachadi and also pineapple jam.heheee...

This pachadi is one of the Authentic kerala sadhya recipes. It is sweet and spicy at the same time. If you luv pineapple you have to try this recipe.This pachadi goes well with Rice.Will upload the jam recipe soon.



Ingredients:


Pineapple chunks-20 oz can[You can also use fresh pineapples]

Sugar-1/4 cup

Water-1 cup

To grind:

Fresh grated coconut-3/4 cup
Green chillies-3-4
Mustard seeds-1/4tsp
Buttermilk-1/2 cup

Coconut milk- 1 cup [Thick]

Red chillie powder-1 tsp

Turmeric-1/2tsp

Rice flour-1 tsp[to make a paste]

Salt-to taste

Seasoning:

Mustard seeds- 1 tsp
Red chillies-3
Curry leaves - a few
Coconut oil-1tbs

Method:

Drain the juice from the pineapple and cook the

pineapple chunks with sugar and water until it

is soft.

Grind together coconut,green chillies,mustard

seeds and buttermilk to a smooth paste. If it

is too thick add 2 tbs of water when grinding.

Add the paste,turmeric powder,salt,red chillie

powder to the cooked pineapple.

Add water to 1 tsp of rice flour and make a

thick paste.Add this to the pachadi.Pachadi

will be thick if you add the rice flour paste.

When the mix is coming to a boil add the

coconut milk. Mix well. Let it boil for 2-3

minutes. Remove from the flame.

In a pan add the oil,mustard seeds,redchillies

and curry leaves. When mustard seeds splutters

add this to the Pachadi. Serve hot with Rice.

12 comments:

Priya Sriram said...

Thats a completely new one! Great Dhanya, my to-do list is growing bigger n bigger 'coz of you! :D

Deepa Hari said...

Pachadi looks yum....never tasted it...looks different Dhanya...wanna try it.

Cham said...

U had a pineapple fever! He he love the dishes u mentioned, never tasted one but looks different and yummy!

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Thank you Priya,Deepa and Cham.
Priya ,I am glad that you are enjoying these recipes.
Deepu try it and let me know how it turned out.
Cham looks like I had a pineapple fever ,but now it is much better hehee :).

Trupti said...

that's completely new type of pachadi...looks delicious..it must be tasted tangy..bookmarked it

Shama Nagarajan said...

looks yummy

Akal's Saappadu said...

pineapple pachadi looks yummm; I do a similar one without the coconut milk; your versions sounds delicious; i love eating it with pilafs; and thank you for the visit and the comments; I appreciate that very much; didn't have the time to step in to yours since two weeks;(was a bit too busy to blog :)

you've got authentic keralite dishes , love them!
and your Pazham pori looks great too; i love them; it reminds me of my trip to kerala last year (they served them in the house boats at kovalam) nice memories;

Ramya Bala said...

Its something look more kulambu...looks yummy dhanya ;)

Preety said...

this is new recipe for me..but looks like it is a worth to try

Dhanya Nambirajan said...

Thank you trupti,Shama,Akka,Ramya and preeti.

homecooked said...

Hmmm....love the colour of your curry! Looks very pretty....I am sure it tasted just as good.

Gayathri said...

Very unique recipe, good flavour