Thursday, February 24, 2011


OK, OK, I'll tell you how I made my dessert!
Heat 1 tsp butter and 1 tsp sugar in a pan, for about 5mn until starting to get brown.
Take away from the heat and drip the slices of pineapple. I had 6 thin slices of fresh pineapple.
Put two slices in each oven dish (individual ones), with a little bit of caramel.
Then I took one sheet of filo, fold in 4, and covered the pineapple with it, sliding the edges of the filo sheet under the pineaplle.
30 mn in the oven, until brown.
Like Neki, I'd be tempted to add a little dab of rum.
The true recipe goes with puff dough (ready made) and they suggest you eat them with some ice cream.

Look at my flap jack plant...
I wonder what happens next. Is it going to die?


Lisa at Greenbow said...

I doubt if your plant will die. Usually it is the agaves that die after blooming. This looks more like an echiveria or kalanchoe. Good luck. That dessert sounds goood.

Susan Elliott said...

No silly! It's not going to die! It's going to flower! And then have sex!!

neki desu said...

thank you for the, how's that plant for keeping with the dessert theme? (^_^)

Unknown said...

I'm going to try the recipe out soon, thanks!

Rosemary said...

Thanks will be trying.

Jackie said...

Mmm I'm very tempted with the pineapple tart it looks beautiful.
Biut I am intrigued by that beautiful plant. I've never seen one like that before,