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pineapple sasive | ananas hasi gojju |mosaru gojju

Pineapple sasive or pineapple mosaru gojju | ananas hasi gojju is a very tasty, easy side dish.
Main ingredient for this gojju or sasive recipe is pineapple.
The good things about pineapple are –
Pineapples are a naturally anti-inflammatory fruit. It is rich in vitamin C and has a good amount of vitamin A. Pineapples contain an enzyme called Bromelain, which helps in digesting food by breaking down the proteins. Studies show that regular consumption of this fruit helps in fighting arthritis and indigestion.
Other ingredients are
Coconut – Coconut is a source of healthy fat. Also it contains protein and fiber, and some essential minerals such as Iron, Manganese, Copper, Magnesium.
Mustard seeds –
The seeds contain large amounts of selenium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper and vitamin B1 which aid in preventing and reducing the severity of many ailments such as asthma, hypertension, heart problems and are useful in alleviating the symptoms of menopause in women. Besides, mustard is rich in fatty acids especially, omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which act along with the protein, calcium, vitamin A and E to strengthen the hair follicles and reduce hair fall apart from giving hair a good shine and bounce. Mustard seeds are also a rich source of dietary fiber which help in digestion and bowel movements thus improving body metabolism. Besides, the seeds show excellent antioxidant properties due to the large amounts of carotene, lutein, vitamin A, C and K contained in them which are needed to overcome the damaging effects of free radicals
I am vegan and I made this recipe with peanut curd. The recipe for peanut curd is here.
You can use regular yogurt .

Other pineapple recipes you can try are  –

pineapple gojju, pineapple rasam, pineapple kesari bhath

Ingredients pineapple sasive:

  • wash, peel and cut pineapple as shown.
  • 1/4 cup peanut curd ( or non dairy curd for vegans) or regular cow’s milk curd
  • 1/2 tsp salt or salt to taste
  • ~1/2 cup water or as needed

For seasoning:

  • 1 tsp coconut oil or ghee
  • 1/4 tsp mustard seeds
  • 1/2 tsp uddina bele / black gram / urad dal
  • few curry leaves

For grinding:

  • 1/2 cup grated fresh coconut
  • 1/2 mustard seeds (for masale)
  • 2 green chilies (optional)


  1. Heat the oil in a pan on medium low heat, once hot add mustard seeds, after it pops add black gram, fry it until the dals turn golden brown.
  2. After it turns to golden brown add curry leaves, and chopped pineapple, mix it well, cover it and let it cook well. make sure to stir in between,
  3. Grind coconut, chilies and mustard seeds along with water to fine consistency,
  4. Once the pineapples are cooked well (may take 5 to 6 minutes ) turn off the heat and let it cool
  5. Add the masale,curd, and salt to the cooked pineapple. Mix it well.
  6. Now the pineapple sasive / hasi gojju is ready to serve.
  7. Goes well with rice, rotti and as rayta