The New Outdoor Barbecue Recipe (Part 12) - Salt and sticky maple pineapple

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Salt and sticky maple pineapple

Ingredient

One pineapple is enough for 4. It should smell ripe and fruity even before peeling

Recipe

Cut off the skin and slice the pineapple into wedges. Remove the hard central core. Melt 75g (3oz) butter in a large frying pan and, over a gentle heat, cook the pineapple for around 5 minutes until lightly browned. Add 4tbsp maple syrup and a good pinch of sea salt. Take out the pineapple. Let the sauce bubble for a few minutes until nice and sticky. Serve with coconut sorbet or ice cream.

Per serving 274 calories, 16g fat (10g saturated), 32g carbohydrate

Description: Salt and sticky maple pineapple

Salt and sticky maple pineapple

 
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