Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Pineapple Gojju

Gojju is a kind of curry prepared in most of the Kannadiga's home, they prepare variety of  gojju with any kind of veggies.One among those gojju is pineapple gojju, this gojju have its important place in wedding lunch. Its quite a dream for me to prepare this authentic dish from Karnataka. When Radhika paired me for this month's Bloghop Wednesdays with Nagashree of Sattvaa, immediately i got hooked to her pineapple gojju eventhough she have numerous dishes i wanted to give a try. Thanks to Nagashree for sharing this fingerlicking gojju, oh boy even my teddies loved it.

I was surprised and shocked when i saw when they started relishing this gojju with their rotis.This gojju came out super creamy and fabulously delicious with wonderful flavours in it. This gojju goes for a simple preparation, with less ingredients and gets ready very much easily and quickly. If you like your curry mildly spicy,sweet and sour, this pineapple gojju is for you.Sending to Celebrate-Olympic Games guest hosted by me & to Ramadan Friendly Recipes.


2cups Ripe pineapples (cubed)
2tbsp Grated coconut
1tsp Jaggery
Salt
Oil

To roast:
1tbsp Urad dal
1tbsp Sesame seeds
8nos Fenugreek seeds
Few curry leaves
1inch Tamarind piece
6nos Dry red chillies
Oil

Heat oil in a pan, roast all the ingredients given under the list 'to roast' until a nice aroma comes out,keep aside and let them cool completely.

Now grind the roasted spices and coconut together with enough water as smooth paste.

Heat enough oil in a kadai, fry the curry leaves and grounded masala for few seconds, add enough water to adjust the consistency of the gojju, now add the jaggery,salt and bring it to boil.

Finally add the pineapple pieces and let it boil for few minutes, put off the stove.Let this gojju stand for an hour before serving.

Serve this gojju with rotis or rice.

41 comments:

  1. Learning so many new recipes. Looks yum.

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  2. Somehow I have never tried making anything with pineapple..
    Looks delicious though..

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  3. simply superb.. would like to try it..

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  4. hi,
    I too prepare the same way,
    http://niveditaskitchen.blogspot.in/2010/03/pineapple-gojju.html

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  5. Pineapple gojju looks very creamy and delicious. Nice flavors.

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  6. super yummy gojju! great with rice..

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  7. truly finger licking gojju...yummy

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  8. gojju looks yummy and creamy...nice recipe..looks delicious.

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  9. Looks so creamy and delicious curry..I love pineapple in all forms..a must try..

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  10. love teh recipe..looks quite tempting!!

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  11. Pineapple gojju ??? Oh god !!! Y cant u write a cookery book :P

    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  12. Sounds really interesting, very creamy curry! Fantastic, Priya!

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  13. Drooling over that irresistible creamy curry..so inviting!!!
    http://indiantastyfoodrecipes.blogspot.com

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  14. easy to put together and does look finger lickin' good!!!

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  15. Pineapple in gojju wow! looks super yum..hugs

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  16. i just finished making your tomato and mushroom pasta.. awesome yaar...thanks alot..

    gojju looks super tasty :)

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  17. never thought of using pineapple in gojju. very new to me and looks delicious.

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  18. Neenga edhula gojju pannalum romba nalla irukkum ponga.

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  19. I think I can this with some idlis too..

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  20. c'est bien délicieux
    bonne journée

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  21. Pineapple goju looks delicious. I make curry with them.

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  22. This is my favourite!!! Loved this gojju :)

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  23. I love the combination of the sweet and sour taste of the pine apple against the spicey ness of curries. looks delicious

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  24. Dear Priya, This looks creamy and delicious. I love the fruit with the spice, a perfect combo of flavors. Blessings to you my dear, your friend, Catherine xo

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  25. Love this creamy curry.Looks fingerlicking good.

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  26. Oh this recipe reminds me of the gojju my friend brings for lunch. Looks awesome Priya. Good pick....

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  27. Looks perfect, I am glad you & family liked it. We love it too. Just posted my blog hop post. Check it out.

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  28. loved the blend of flavours in it; looks well done :)

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  29. What a fun recipe, I've had Pineapple rasam and never gojju. Must try

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  30. A Pineapple Curry ... you are kidding me..

    This looks so tempting, I so want to have it now..

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  31. Thanks for the delicious entry Priya, i love it !

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