Total Time
1hr
Prep 10 mins
Cook 50 mins

So yummy and sweet, and good for the diet, too! From a recent issue of Gourmet.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Pre-heat oven to 425 degrees.
  2. Pare off outside skin of pineapple, cut in half, top to bottom, even through the leaves.
  3. Cut out the core.
  4. Mix other ingredients well until sugar is dissolved.
  5. Put pineapple flat side down in a glass baking dish.
  6. Poke pineapple all over with a fork or skewer, then pour liquid mixture all over it.
  7. Cover with wax paper and bake for about 50 minutes, basting every ten minutes with juices in the pan.
  8. Cut each half in half lengthwise, and serve with pan juices on top.

Reviews

(3)
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This had a lovely fresh taste, and the juices from the pineapple, along with the lime, tequila and sugar, made a delicious syrup. I made it exactly as instructed. I used superfine sugar as I felt it would dissolve easier. The dish I used was 11" by 7". Next time I'd choose a smaller dish, to better retain the juices while cooking. We enjoyed it with icecream. The only down-side to this recipe is the cost. Fortunately, I had some tequila already, but the pineapple wasn't cheap either. Then again, it is out of season in Oz. Next time I'll make it in spring/summer.

Daydream June 12, 2003

THis was awesome but of course you have to add a cup of tequila because its a whole huge pinapple and you want to soak it thouroughly. You want to soak it like a watermelon with barcardi 151. I did add a little marguarita mix with the tequila. when it come out the oven my friends and I sprinkle salt on our arms and lick the salt then eat the pinapple its like a shot also it helps to add about 1/4 cup of gin.

3Sheets December 12, 2006

I tryed this and it was so good but instead of pinapple (yik!) I use broclea that has good vitemins and my kid's LOVE broclea sooooo much. i did konw if thats ok to give kids tequila but most it don't taste like alcahol!!! yumm!

recipepe December 11, 2006

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