This is an out of the ordinary side dish that always impresses guests. It's a delicious and refreshing accompaniment to barbecued meat. You can also thread pieces of the marinated pineapple on skewers with chicken or pork for kebabs. The marinade can be made into a spicy sauce by bringing to the boil in a saucepan and cooking until it is thick and syrupy.
Spicy, sweet, colourful and delicious - serve as a dip with corn chips, or as a topping for barbecued meats and fish.
This is an easy drink made up by a good friend -pineapple juice and vanilla vodka in a martini glass. Garnish with a wedge of pineapple and a cherry.
This sweet and crunchy salad is dressed with a creamy, spicy, Asian-style dressing.
Great tasting and healthy. This drink is adapted from one I had in a cafe around the NSW/QLD border. I suggest using mango sorbet - it really does make a difference. With fresh fruit and green tea, this juice is a great antioxidant boost any time of year but is especially refreshing in summer.
This cake is also known as Jamaica Cake. The cake is made right in the pan; no extra dishes to mess up and very good.
Try barbecued pineapple with ice cream for a glorious summer dessert! Watch this recipe being made in the Allrecipes Barbecued Pineapple Video.
This is a spicy soup from India that combines the unique combination of pineapple, ginger and lime with great flavours coming from spices like cumin and coriander.
I made this recipe based on a dish I once ate in Thailand. It is deliciously sweet, salty and sour. Make this salad as hot or mild as you like by adjusting the amount of chillies you use.