Monday, March 26, 2012

Mixed Fruit sweet Pachadi |BM #14

Today for the Blogging Marathon, I wanted to pick something really simple and easy to make sweet and also wanted to consume with in a day. This sweet pachadi is usually served in marriages or any functions at home.
                          
Ingredients
1  Apple
1 Banana
1 Kiwi
1 Tomato
Little Grapes
1 cup Sugar

Method
In a pan add the sugar and a little water and allow the sugar to dissolve and form a syrup.
Add all the fruits and allow to boil for few minutes.
Allow it to cool and then serve.
In my preparation, i felt the kiwi made it too sour.

Note
You can use any fruits you feel like.
You can also add any dry fruits



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14 comments:

Harini-Jaya Rupanagudi said...

interesting! sounds more like an instant mixed fruit jam :)

Chef Mireille said...

wonderful fruit compote!

Srivalli said...

Very nice twist..

Ms.Chitchat said...

Never tried this at home, although enjoyed in weddings. Looks healthy and colorful too.

Suma Gandlur said...

Interesting one. For me, pachadis are meant to be savory ones. :)

Nirmala's kitchen said...

My favourite sweet pachadi.............

Kalyani said...

very tempting Archana ! and a wholesome dish too ! I add some honey while halving the sugar...


Kalyani
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A Kamalika Krishmy said...

Healthy pachadi with a lovely combination of fruits

Jayashree said...

Nice and simple, Arch. Did kutti enjoy it?

Cool Lassi(e) said...

Lovely chutney. When I make it I will try with little less kiwi.

Archana Vivek said...

Thanks for the comments everyone.
@Jay, Kutti liked it very much. He is enjoying this whole week. Since he has a sweet tooth like me.

vaishali sabnani said...

looks tempting ...and love those kiwi seeds..makes it look attractive!

Rajani S said...

for weddings and functions, when they serve this, I gobble it down in buckets full! I love this that much!

Nice and colorful :)

the mad said...

This is something I will try and like Kalyani said use honey as sweetener. Thanks

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