Pineapple Pachadi

10 Responses

  1. Jagannathans says:

    Great blog btw! Pictures are very clear and detailed.

    I guess when you add mustard seeds in step 4 and grind ’em, it become kichidi and not pachadi. Traditionally, I think pachadi is done by grinding coconut and cumin only. I could be wrong though.


  2. Anonymous says:

    Great curries…..In south kerala we do add mustard for pachadi

  3. Yummy Team says:

    Thanks for the comments. Pachadi is usually a sweet dish. In our place we add crushed mustard seeds to the pachadi whereas for kichidi we do not even add ground coconut-cumin mixture. We just add the yoghurt.

  4. Preets says:

    Yumm Oh Yumm !!
    Loved this sweet dish with Choru,Sambhar and Thoran.

  5. Dear Team:
    Great layout! The color and clarity and of course the portrait -like balancing of pictures are amazing!

    There are a number of South Indian/ethnic cookery blogs ad this one really stands out. For its simplicity, ‘easy making’ appeal and authenticity.

  6. Yummy Team says:

    Dear Ethiran Kathiravan,

    Thank you for visiting our blog. We are glad that you liked the layout and the pictures. Your comment is really motivating. We look forward to more of your comments/suggestions.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Managed to cook an onam sadya for my husband thanks to the easy recipes on the site!

  8. Yummy Team says:

    You’re welcome 🙂 Wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous Onam!! Please keep visiting..

  9. Ashwathy Varughese says:

    i use your recipe for pineapple pachadi and it is an absolute family favorite..

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