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Best Pineapple Pachadi Recipe For Vishu | Special Pineapple Pachadi

Updated on April 12, 2012


1.Pine apple (ripe) - 1 nos.

2.Grated coconut - Half coconut

3. Cumin seeds(Jeerakam) - Half tsp

4. Turmeric powder - 1 tsp

5. Chilli powder - 1tsp

6. Sugar - 4 tsp

7.Mustard seed - 1 tsp

8. Curry leaves

9. Yoghurt - Half cup


Peel of pineapple skin and chop into small pieces. Grind grated coconut with cumin seeds and keep aside. Boil chopped pineapple pieces,turmeric powder,chilli powder and salt. Smash it and add coconut paste mix and cook for 3 - 4 minutes.Finally add sugar and mix well.Put off fire and add yoghurt.Take a pan for spluttering mustard seed and curry leaves in oil and add to this pachadi.You will get a nice and tasty pineapple pachadi.


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      Devika Primić 

      6 years ago from Dubrovnik, Croatia

      Another great recipe cooking can be so creative

    • NP.QUEEN profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Dubai

      HI C.S,

      Thank u for the comment.You will become pleasant if u cook something special.

    • C.S.Alexis profile image


      7 years ago from NW Indiana

      Yes I see that. Thank you for pointing me in the right direction. I guess I am a little slow when it comes to cooking.

    • NP.QUEEN profile imageAUTHOR


      7 years ago from Dubai

      HI C.S.,

      Pls read it carefully once again.You can see the second ingredient written as grated coconut.In method of preparation i mentioned grind grated coconut with cumine seed.I think now you understood how the coconut mix came.

      Thank you.

    • C.S.Alexis profile image


      7 years ago from NW Indiana

      Honestly I feel that you have left much to the imagination. Do not assume that everyone knows how to cook. Please include some detail.An example would be the coconut paste. Where does this come from as it is not included in the ingredients? It sounds like something interesting to make. What do you eat it with?

      Just want to see you make it here on HubPages. That means you should try to spend more time getting everything down before publishing. Best of luck to you.



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