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    From Melissas.com with a few minor changes. It is certainly okay to substitute canned pineapple, just be sure the pineapple is packed in its own juice with no added sugar.

    Recipe #373773

    Bacon wrapped pineapple appetizers

    Recipe #281120

    POW!!! This is a 5 star (er)!!! Serve over rice or pasta (homemade is even BETTER!)

    Recipe #169536

    Adopted Recipe! The Mai Tai Inspiration (Polynesian).

    Recipe #880

    Recipe #246158

    I saw this being made on a Robin Miller episode on Food Network. I printed out the recipe and it's been sitting in my "to do" pile for quite a while. We finally tried it tonight for dinner and were delighted at how all the flavors blended together and it just couldn't be any easier or more versatile. You can make your own basil pesto, of course, and use any flavor of tortilla, or just use plain (we used spinach). The original recipe called for canned artichoke but we don't like those and so I used marinated artichokes in the jar and rinsed the oil off, then squeezed them dry in a paper towel. The sun-dried tomatoes added a lovely bite of flavor, I do not recommend leaving them out. These will make a really nice, light summer meal served with a couscous salad, or some other Mediterranean type salad.

    Recipe #301464


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