Sweet Pineapple Pachadi With Raisins And Ripe Plantains / Pineapple Munthiri Madhura Pachadi




Sweet  Pineapple Pachadi 


Ingredients
  • 1 cup pineapples, chopped
  • 1/4 cup ripe plantains (nenthrappazham), chopped
  • 1 tbs raisins
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1/2 cup beaten yogurt
  • 1 to 2 tsp sugar or as needed
  • salt, to taste
  • 2 tsp coconut oil
To grind
  • 1/2 cup grated coconut
  • 1/4 tsp mustard seeds
for seasoning
  • curry leaves
  • 2 tsp grated coconut
  • 1 dry red chilli
  • 1 tsp mustard seeds
Directions
Cook pineapples adding salt and turmeric powder. Once half cooked add plantains and raisins, cook for few more minutes till the fruits becomes soft and water dries up. To this add ground coconut paste and sugar. Mix everything well and adjust the salt and sugar level, take off the flame.To this add beaten yogurt. Heat oil in a small pan and splutter mustard seeds. To the same oil add red chillies, coconuts and curry leaves, Saute till golden brown and add this seasoning to the pineapple pachadi. Serve with rice as a side dish.

Comments

  1. WOw, pachadi looks divine...awesome, wanna grab ur bowl from the screen.

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  2. Wowww..Pachadi looks absolutely mouthwatering..

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  3. Very unique dish, sounds very traditional and looks delicious.

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  4. Looks so delicious..I used to make raitha with pineapple alone..never tried this combination..will definitely try..love your click :-)

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  5. Wow wat a fantastic pachadi, simply delicious..

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  6. woooow!!!!pachadi looks so beautiful..surely it tastes delicious...

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  7. Looks so tempting! Beautiful click too!

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  8. Vrinda,

    Pachadi looks really good. Nice click

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  9. Wow!!!1 Pachadi looks so delicious...beautifully presented too:)

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  10. This is my fav.....this looks wonderful, da. We do not add plantain, that's interesting :-)

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  11. Wow this pachadi is so new, pineapple, plaintain, raisins all in buttermilk sounds new gotta try this!!!

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  12. Love pineapple and this looks mouthwatering.

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  13. your pachadi looks really good... We usually don't make the madhura pachadi, but i have tried this several times and it tastes good

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  14. Looks great.. like your dish too.

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  15. nice rich pachadi..love the click..

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  17. Wow sounds superb delicious this pachadi!

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  18. Adipoli..excellent pic too...yumyyyyyy

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  19. I have never tried fruit with chiles. It looks delicious!

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  20. My mouths watering.....loved this recipe Vrinda...nice click too.

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  21. The pachhadi looks awesome. I can gladly have some if you are ready to parcel some :-)

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  22. lovely pachadi....i love dis very much!!

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  23. I love it Vrinda...pass on that bowl please :)

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  24. nice pachadi and great click.love the tadka for the sweet pachadi

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  25. Tasty pazham pachadi! Beautiful clicks dear.

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  26. Kollam....but im not a great fan of sweet curry...

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  27. am sure that should have tasted great..looks yumm..

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  28. very colourful pachadi..I like all the gravies of pineapples...very very yummy.

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  29. I like side dishes with a tinge of sweetness...thnx for sharing...

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  30. Do you have any idea how welcoming that is? I ahve never ever had pachadi. That is about to change.

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  31. mmmm...pachadi looks very inviting!

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  32. wow...nice picture..pachadi looks tempting

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  33. Nice click!!Pachadi looks mouthwatering

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  34. ça à l'air excellent bravo
    bonne soirée

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  35. Pachadi sounds tangy and delicious!

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  36. This pachadi is new to me, looks awesome and tempting.

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  37. i love pineapple pachadi, the nenthrapazham and raisins only make it even better!

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  38. This looks AMAZING!! I imagine it tastes as good as it looks. Love all the flavors in this.

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  39. Hey, first time here. Love your space. Love this Pachadi and esp love your cake decorations. So let me be your 200th follower. :)

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  40. lovely pachadi...awesome pics...looks tempting:))

    cheers

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  41. This is my favorite Vrinda....loved your recipe...

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  42. Oh My !! that looks awesome and yummy dear. Wonderful click .

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  43. Looks so yummy and healthy dear... wonderful click...

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  44. That looks so delicious! I'm a big fan of pineapples and I can't wait to give it a try. I always find nice and simple recipes from your blog, thanks for sharing such fantastic recipes:)

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