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Pineapple and Apple Yolanda!

Pineapple and apple Yolanda!

Pineapple and apple Yolanda!

This is my grand-daughter’s favourite so I decided to attribute this pudding to her because she gave me the idea. I do hope you enjoy it!

Ingredients: (serves 4)

Temperature: 170c; 375f; Gas mark5

450g sweet apples (you can use cooking apples if you prefer) peel, remove the core and cube

450g pineapple, peeled and cubed

1 grated lemon rind

40g butter

4 slices of bread, crusts cut off, then buttered (only one side)

1½tbsp of rum or Masala wine

1tsp cumin powder

125g granulated sugar

In a pan, add the apples, pineapple, sugar and rum or Masala wine, with a little water and cook until tender. Stir and it should have reduced to a pulp by now. Then add butter, lemon rind and cumin powder. Stir to blend.  Taste and if you’ve got sweet tooth, add a little more sugar.

In the meantime, grease a ceramic baking dish, pour the fruit pulp into the dish, place the buttered bread ontop (buttered side up) and sprinkle the top with the remainder of the sugar. Bake for 25/30mins. By this time, you should have a browny crispy top. Serve in individual dessert dish, finish off with ice-cream or creamy custard.

Oooooh this is orgasmic!!




6 Comments: Add your comment »

  • Jeremy J Gaskell says:

    I really enjoyed this on Sunday night – the quickest way to a man’s heart is through………

  • Elisabeth Winkler says:

    O gosh! Another mouthwatering pudding. Go, Yolanda!

  • Yolanda says:

    Oh looks nice, and thanks nice name!! :) Like the last sentence before you said “enjoy” lol.. Yoyo xxx

  • Galaxia says:

    Oh wow this looks tasty! Love rum desserts *hehe* And how sweet to name it for Yolanda! Thanks for sharing!

  • Nina says:

    Hi Galaxia – thanks for your comments – much appreciated. Have you thought of subscribing to my blog so that when next I upload new recipe you will be the 1st to know about it. Do you think it is something you will be interested in? Please let me know and have a good day.

  • Nina says:

    Hello Yoyo
    Thank you for your comments – much appreciated. Why not subscribe to my blog so that when I upload any new recipe you will be the first to know and comment on it. Cheers and have a good day!