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  Pineapple Pachadi  
 
 
 Course Main Course
 Cuisine Indian
 Occasion All Ocasions
Category Base Course
Method Stirfly
Serves 4
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 Ingredients :
Pineapple - Ľ th of a big pineapple
 Grated coconut - 2 big tbsp
 Cumin seeds(Jeerakam) - 1 tbsp
 Green chilies - 2 nos
 Chilly powder - 1 tsp
 Turmeric powder - ˝ tsp
 Salt - As reqd
 Mustard seeds - ˝ tsp
 Dry red chillies(Kollamulaku) - 2 nos
 Coconut oil - 2 tbsp
 Curry leaves - A few
 Thick curd (not sour) - 1 glass
 
 How to Prepare :
  • Peel off the skin of the pineapple and cut it into very small pieces.
  • Cook them in a vessel along with chilly powder, turmeric powder, salt and slit green chilies.
  • Grind together coconut and cumin seeds.
  • When the pineapple gets fully cooked, add the ground coconut mixture.
  • Allow the mixture to get cooked.
  • Make sure it doesn’t get too watery. The mixture should be thick.
  • Heat oil in a pan.
  • Splutter mustard seeds, dry red pepper and curry leaves.
  • Add the above seasoning into the pineapple mixture.
  • Allow it to cool.
  • Add curd and stir it to get the required consistency.
  • You can add sugar, if you don’t find the curry sweet. (Sometimes, the pineapple might not be sweet enough.)
  • Similarly, you can make pachadi with ripe plantains. However, the plantains should be very ripe.
 
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 Added on  27, Feb 2011
 
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