Chop onion, ginger, garlic, coriander leaves and mint leaves finely.
In a thick bottomed pan (kadai) add the oil and the pineapple pieces. Fry for a few minutes. Add ginger and garlic and fry for few seconds. Add onion and fry till it become transparent. Add chopped coriander and mint leaves and stir well. Add red chilli powder and salt. Mix it well. Sprinkle two or three handful of water. Close with a lid and cook on low flame for few seconds. Open the lid and stir it well till all the water is absorbed. Add cooked rice and sprinkle pepper powder. Keep the stove on high and stir it just for ten counts. Remove. Add lemon juice and mix it well. Garnish with coriander leaves.
May your life be as bright as this Kolam. Tamil New Year is on 14th April 2010. Even though it has been changed to the first day of Tamil Month of “Thai” (Pongal Day) as per Government orders, there is no change in the mind set of most of the […]
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Thank you Lalitha for your encouraging words.
I tried kadappa & ginger chutney, awe some it was. thank you for your receipes
Thank you Shakila for the feed back and happy to note the recips turned out good.
Yesterday I made Pine apple Gojju after watching your recipe. it was really wonderful and my family thanked to u for giving nice recipe.
Thank you Hemavathi for your kind feed back.