I actually feel incredibly guilty to publish this as a recipe, as it is not much of a recipe but rather an assembly of products. However during my travels to India I have found this street food so refreshing and tantalizing and I have used it at so many breakfasts and brunches that I thought I must publish it.
My Helpful Hint: You’ll need one large pineapple for every 6-8 guests. You can do this with other fresh fruit as well and to save time you don’t have to fry them.
Prep Time: 15 mins | Cook Time: 15 mins | Recipe: Very Easy | Serve: 6
Products you’ll need:
- 1 Large Pineapple
- 100g Demerara Sugar
- 20g Chili Flakes
- 500ml Greek Yogurt
- 200ml Sweet Chili Sauce (make your own or store bought is ok)
- Bamboo forks
- Peel the pineapple, cut into 1cm thick or 6 slices, lightly sprinkle both sides with a little demerara sugar and then quarter each slice.
- Pan-fry the pineapple in a dry pan until caramelised on both sides – takes seconds to caramelised and take care not to burn the sugar too much.
- Stick a bamboo fork in each, sprinkle with chili flakes and serve with 50ml Greek Yogurt topped with 25ml Sweet Chili Sauce.
Here I have done it with Melon & Dragon Fruit.