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Ingredients

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1 cup Pineapple pieces
2 Small banana
10 Black seedless grapes
2 tsp Ghee
1/4 tsp Turmeric powder
1/2 tsp Chilli powder
2 tsp Sugar
To taste Salt
2 tsp Yogurt
1/4 cup Water
FOR THE MASALA
1/2 cup Fresh coconut
2 Green chillies
1/8 tsp Mustard seeds
FOR TEMPERING
1Tbsp Coconut oil
1 tsp Mustard seeds
4 Red chillies
Few Curry leaves

Nutritional information

288
Calories
15.20g
Fat
65.72g
Carbohydrates
3.44g
Protein
7.4g
Fiber
15g
Sugar
13mg
Sodium
996mg
Potassium

Madhura Curry

Cuisine:
  • 20 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

Ingredients

  • FOR THE MASALA

  • FOR TEMPERING

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After cooking elaborate thali recipes of tamilnadu-Iyengar elai saapaadu and Madwa Brahmin oota from Karnataka, our neighbouring state Kerala couldn’t be left behind. So decided to cook some of their delicacies. We can see the similarities to our own cuisine, like molagootal is more like our kootu, Mor kootan is again similar to our Mor kuzhambu, Thoran is like our Karimadhu. One recipe which I had never eaten is this fruit pachadi Madhura curry. I just loved the name when I was searching for kerala recipes, I came upon this blog Kothiyavunu and then one look at the ingredients and I knew I would love this.In the Kerala thali shown below, I have served in the following order. In the cups it is, Madhura cury, Vellari pachadi, Molagootal, Mor kootan, Rasam

Next on the upper side of the leaf are Puli Inji, Chenai Masiyal, Beans carrot Thoran, Avial and Paruppu Payasam

The side of the leaf nearer to you has small plantain, pappadam,rice, Vadai and curd and this was an amazing delicious lunch

 

Madhura curry has a little bit of sweetness from the fruits that are used and spicy with the chilli powder and chillies that go into it. I thought my family might not approve of the taste but they simply loved it. Try this out and you will love it too

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Steps

1
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Remove the skin of the pineapple. Cut the pineapple and banana into small cubes

2
Done

Heat ghee in a pan add pineapple pieces, turmeric powder, chilli powder and 1 tbsp of water, salt and cook on medium flame, stirring often till the fruit is half cooked

3
Done

Now add the banana and the grapes, mix well, add some more water, close with a lid and cook on low flame till it is properly cooked

4
Done

Meanwhile grind together the coconut, mustard seeds and green chillies with minimum water into a smooth paste

5
Done

Once the fruits starts turning mushy add the ground masala, mix well and cook on low flame for 2 minutes

6
Done

Add sugar and check for salt. Mix in the yogurt and switch off the fire

7
Done

Heat coconut oil in a pan, add mustard seeds and once it splutters add red chillies and fry for few seconds. Add curry leaves, mix well and switch off the fire. Pour this on the prepared curry

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14 Comments Hide Comments

You are teasing the palate of your readers by posting daily yummy items from different cuisines that they can only see from pictures but cannot have a spoonful!!Well done and keep it up.
The blog layout is clutter free and nice to see.

Hi,
We have gone through your blog/website and find many nice recipes on it. You are having amazing cooking skills and we appreciate your work and want to make it reach to the right people who love food and cooking. So, let us help you in becoming more famous. We will be very much happy to have you on our website-Onfoodie.com.
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