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Apr 9, 2007

Vegetables in Pineapple Sauce - Chinese Style


This recipe is a modified version of Malika Badrinath's Chinese Baby Corn in Pineapple Sauce. Here's how I prepared this delightful dish.

Ingredients:

Pineapple chunks from 1 Ripe Pineapple.


1 Onion - Chopped

2 Green Bell Pepper (Capsicum) - Chopped


Chopped Mixed Vegetables - 2 Cups ,Vegetables used are Cabbage, Carrot and Canned Baby Corn - Chop all the vegetables into 1 inch length


Brown Sugar - 2 tablespoon

Salt - as required

White Pepper powder

Little Oil


Grind to paste:

Garlic pods - 3 to 4

Red Chilli Powder

For Pineapple Sauce:

Make fresh Pineapple Juice from half the Pineapple chunks

Soya Sauce - 2 tablespoons

Worcestershire sauce - 1 tablespoon

Corn Flour - 1 and 1/2 tablespoon

Water - 1 and 1/2 Cups

Method:

Heat oil in a large Kadai and fry the Onions and the Bell Peppers.

Add the chopped mixed Vegetables, Pineapple Chunks, Ground Garlic Paste and Salt.

Cook until the vegetables are tender, Mean while prepare the sauce.

Pineapple Sauce:

Whisk all ingredients together under 'Ingredients for Pineapple Sauce'.

Bring to boil. Stir until the content comes to a shiny sauce consistency.




When the Vegetables are cooked, add the Pineapple sauce and cook for a few minutes. Add the brown sugar and turn off the heat completely

Serve hot along with Fried Rice or Noodles.

10 comments:

Asha said...

Looks so good Myth!I love that little baby corn in there!:)

Coffee said...

Thats one dish I can wipe the plate off!!!!! Pineapple sauce sounds delicious!!!!! Great combo of veggies and pineapple Mythree :)

Sneha said...

This recipe looks delicios. Nice pics and step by step explanation. Keep them coming!

Mythreyee said...

Asha, Coffee, Sneha: Thanks a lot.

Seema said...

Gorgeous!!!!! Loved the step to step depiction of the recipe. Thanx for sharing

Mythreyee said...

Seema: Thanks.

KrishnaArjuna said...

Dish looks great! Lovely pictures too..

USHA said...

Hi Mythi,

Recipe looks different and interesting...Nice picture demo and presentation.

Mythreyee said...

Krishna arjuna, Usha: thanks a lot.

Anonymous said...

Looks very interesting and delicious. - Uma