Pineapple Pachadi is very special and sweet dish and it is mostly preparing for Onam celebration. This is essential to the traditional celebrations. We can make both sweet and sweet less Pachadi in different ways. This is completely a Kerala style traditional dish and it contains both sweet and sour taste. It is not only for Onam and Vishu but also for Hindu Wedding and Birthday celebrations. It has a lot of similarities with Mambazha Pulissery. I made this dish with a pineapple that was in my house. With very little ingredients, we can prepare this curry very easily. Before this I had prepared a variety of sweet Pachadi using many ingredients. Pineapple pachadi is very sweet to eat because of its pleasant smell. The biggest attraction of this dish is its pleasant smell.    

Preparation Time - 15 Minutes
Cooking Time - 20 Minutes


Pineapple - 1
Green Chilli - 3
Turmeric Powder - 1/2 teaspoon
Grated Coconut - 1/2 Cup
Cumin Seeds - 1 teaspoon
Jaggery Syrup - 1 teaspoon
Yogurt - 1/2 Cup
Coconut Oil - 2 teaspoon
Mustard Seeds - 1 teaspoon
Curry Leaves - 2 Sprigs
Salt - To Taste
Water - Required for cooking

  • Peel the skin of Pineapple and wash thoroughly and cut into small pieces.
  • Take half portion from this and put it into a bowl.
  • Put the remaining half in a blender and pour a little Water into it and make thick paste and keep it aside.
  • Wash Green Chilli well and slice it as small pieces.
  • In a grinder, add Grated Coconut, sliced Green Chilli, Cumin Seeds, some Curry Leaves, Salt and some Water and make thick paste.
  • Take a pan and add Pineapple pieces into this and add Salt, Turmeric Powder and enough Water for cooking and mix well.
  • Cover the pan with lid and cook Pineapple well and make sure that Water evaporates completely.
  • After that, add Grated Coconut Paste into this and mix well.
  • Then add Pineapple Paste and mix well and add some Water into this.
  • Cover it with lid again and cook well.
  • Then add Jaggery Syrup to this and mix well.
  • Turn down the fire and add Yogurt into this and mix well.
  • Turn off the fire when it starts boiling and keep it aside.
  • Heat a small pan and heat Coconut Oil and splutter Mustard Seeds.
  • Add Curry Leaves into this and fry it and turn off the fire.
  • Add this into cooked Pineapple Pachadi and mix well.
  • Then move it to serving bowl and serve hot with Rice for lunch.
  • If you need more sweets add more jaggery syrup.
  • You can use Sugar instead of Jaggery Syrup.
  • Select the good ripe and sweet Pineapple for making this dish.
  • You can add some Garlic with Cumin Seeds if you need.
  • Select thick Yogurt with less sour taste for making this dish.
  • You can add some fried Dried Red Chilli to get good taste.
  • I have not used Red Chilli Powder because I do not want Red colour but you can add Red Chilli Powder if you need.
Pineapple Pachadi

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