Pineapple chutney (Anarosher Chutney,Ananas Chutney)

Pineapple chutney (Anarosher Chutney,Ananas Chutney)

Pineapple Chutney

Pineapple chutney (Anarosher Chutney OR Ananas Chutney) is a sweet, spicy, and tangy recipe. You can relish it with the main meal as a side dish or with plain parathas alone. 

Indian cuisine is incomplete without chutneys. Chutney is made from fruits, vegetables, herbs with sugar, vinegar, and spices. It is an integral part of Indian cuisine. These are good for the digestive system too.

Pineapple is a tropical fruit full of nutrients. It helps to improve the digestion, improve immunity, contains disease-fighting antioxidants, and many more benefits it has. Chutney is the easiest way to include this beautiful tropical fruit’s numerous benefits in your daily diet.

 Here I am gonna tell you the recipe of  “Pineapple Chutney”.


Pineapple 500 g( Pureed or grated)

Sugar 1 cup

Ginger 2 inch( Minced )

Nigella seeds or Kalonji 1 tbsp

Fennel seeds 1 tbsp

Mustard seeds 1 tsp

Oil 2 tbsp

Salt 1 tbsp

Vinegar 1 tbsp

Black Pepper Powder 1 tbsp


How to make Pineapple Chutney:

  1. Put a pan on the stove. Put some oil.
  2. When the oil is hot add mustard seeds. 
  3. When Mustard seeds splutter add Kalonji, Fennel seeds, and Ginger. Saute them for 5 seconds just.
  4. Now add grated or pureed Pineapple, Sugar, Salt, Black Pepper Powder, Vinegar.
  5. Let it cook until all the juice in puree evaporates or puree turns into a thick paste on medium flame. When you got the desired consistency, chutney is ready.

After cool down it completely, store it in the refrigerator. You can store it for a month.



  1. You can adjust the sugar quantity according to the sweetness of the pineapple. If your pineapple is much sour you can increase the quantity. Here I have used sweet pineapple.
  2. Brown sugar is recommended. But if you are using Refined sugar, colour of the Chutney will be more yellowish. Here I have used brown sugar.