400 grams Pineapple (Anannas) pieces
400 grams Fine Rava/Sooji (Semolina)
500 grams Sugar (Shakkar)
800 ml Water (Paani)
200 ml Ghee (Clarified Butter)
As required Cashew nuts (Kaju)
As required Raisins (Kismis)
South Indian Pineapple Pudding is a delicious, quick dessert made with rava / sooji.
South Indian Pineapple Pudding belongs to the halwa family.
The ingredients required to prepare this dish are readily available in most kitchens. You can also prepare this if you have any unexpected guests. Even if there are people who do not like pineapple, they are bound to love this dish.
Now, let us see how to prepare this easy yet delectable dish.
Take a sweet pineapple (anannas) and make small pieces of it.
Heat ghee (clarified butter) in a kadhai (wok).
Once the ghee (clarified butter) melts, add the pineapple (anannas) pieces and fry till it gives out an aroma. Make sure to cook the dish on a medium flame.
Add raisins (kismis) and cashew nut (kaju) pieces.
Stir properly and add water (paani).
Let it come to a boil.
Add fine rava/sooji (semolina).
Stir properly, once the fine rava/sooji (semolina) is almost cooked, add sugar (shakkar) and keep stirring till the sugar is completely dissolved and cooked. Then turn off the gas stove.
Your delicious South Indian Pineapple Pudding is ready!!!
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Take 400 grams of pineapple (anannas) pieces (excluding the outer cover) and chop them into small pieces. Heat 200 ml ghee (clarified butter) in a kadhai (wok). Add the chopped pineapple (anannas) pieces, fry till they give out an aroma. Add raisins (kismis) and cashew nuts (kaju) pieces and fry. Make sure you cook the dish on a medium flame.
Add 800 ml water (paani) and bring it to a boil. Add 400 grams fine rava/sooji (semolina) and stir continuously. Once it is almost cooked, add 500 grams sugar (shakkar) and stir till the sugar is dissolved and completely cooked. Turn off the gas stove. Your delicious South Indian Pineapple Pudding is ready!!!