Fresh Pineapple Recipes
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There is nothing like making and eating fresh pineapple recipes.
The pineapple must be one of the most exciting fruits, as it's almost regal in appearance with its plush crown of leaves on top of the cone.
Because this fruit was eaten in past centuries by wealthy people, it is sometimes used even today as a display of welcome on gate posts. But the pineapple comes into its own as a spectacular table decoration.
In our second recipe we are using the pineapple shells as bowls which will impress any guest.
Fresh pineapple recipes allow us to realise that there is no comparison between the taste of fresh and tinned pineapples.
Spiced Pineapple with mango sauce
Pre-heat the grill to a medium heat.
- 4 thick slices of fresh pineapple
- for the sauce:
- 2 mangos
- 250ml orange juice
- 2tsp of arrowroot
- 1tsp mixed spice
- 2tsp melted butter
- 4tsp brown sugar
Stone the mangos and put them into a blender with the orange juice. Blend until pureed.
Put the puree into a pan.
Mix the arrowroot with a little water and mix to form a paste.
Add the arrowroot paste to the puree in the pan.
Heat gently. You will need to stir all the time as the sauce thickens.
Mix the butter and mixed spice together.
Place the pineapple slices onto a baking tray.
Brush the butter and spice onto the pineapple.
Sprinkle the fruit with brown sugar.
Place the pineapples under the grill for about 5 minutes.
Put the pineapples onto four dessert plates. Pour the sauce over the fruit. Serve.
Pineapple SaladServes 4
Cut the pineapples in half leaving the leaves on.
- 2 fresh pineapples
- 1 apple
- 16 strawberries
- 16 grapes
- a little sugar
- 1tbls Cointreau
Scoop out the pineapple flesh and cut into chunks.
Slice the apple.
Halve the strawberries.
Halve the grapes.
Toss the fruit in a bowl to mix.
Put the fruit into the empty pineapple shells.
Sprinkle with sugar.
Pour a little Cointreau over each shell.
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