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Jamaican Pineapple Punch

Jamaican Pineapple Punch created by Mandy

This is a very economical recipe as it is mainly made from fruit peel which is usually thrown away. I thought it interesting as I hate wasting anything. Found in an old English Beverages Book, this can be served hot or cold.

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24hrs 5mins
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  • Wash the peel of the pineapple & orange & place in a large bowl with spices & sugar.
  • Add boiling water, stir, cover & leave overnight.
  • Add juices & serve either hot or cold.
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"This is a very economical recipe as it is mainly made from fruit peel which is usually thrown away. I thought it interesting as I hate wasting anything. Found in an old English Beverages Book, this can be served hot or cold."
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  1. allison_marie
    pretty great flavor. citrus-ey but has a depth like a mulled cider, or cocktail. I would double it next time. I left off the last star, because there is no indication of how it should be strained, or how it can be heated. I kept it in the fridge overnight, and I strained it before I added the juices.
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  2. Mandy
    Jamaican Pineapple Punch Created by Mandy
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  3. Mandy
    This is a very economical recipe as it is mainly made from fruit peel which is usually thrown away. I thought it interesting as I hate wasting anything. Found in an old English Beverages Book, this can be served hot or cold.
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