Pineappleade (Southeast Asia)

Pineappleade (Southeast Asia) created by Artandkitchen

This recipe was found in the 2005 cookbook, The Best Recipes in the World, & I'm including it here for consideration during the ZWT6/

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  • In a small saucepan combine sugar & water over medium heat. Cook for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally, until sugar dissolves, then set aside to cool.
  • Put pineapple in a blender with enough water to cover the fruit, then puree.
  • Strain the pineapple mash, pressing on the solids to extract as much juice as possible.
  • Combine the pineapple juice with enough water (or sparkling water) to make 1 quart, then add lime juice & sugar syrup to taste.
  • Chill & serve.
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"This recipe was found in the 2005 cookbook, The Best Recipes in the World, & I'm including it here for consideration during the ZWT6/"
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  1. Artandkitchen
    Pineappleade (Southeast Asia) Created by Artandkitchen
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  2. Artandkitchen
    Fantastic non alcoholic drink.<br/>I served this for us and our guest in the garden. I added so much sugar sirup as needed, but I think it would be great even with honey or neutra sweet.<br/>I used lime juice for the special tropical touch.<br/>Thanks a lot for your recipe.
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  3. UmmBinat
    This is a good summer drink, chilled well of course. I did tweak it to be more healthy by substituting creamed honey in place of sugar in a lesser amount. I would say the sweetener could probably be cut in half as I found ours still a bit too sweet. I used spring water, a very ripe pineapple (that's sweeter of course) and to stay true to being "fresh" and healthy I used freshly squeezed lemon juice instead of lime juice from a bottle. I would like to make this the same way again with a 1/2 cup honey. Made for ZWT6 Asian region, for my team, The Ya Ya Cookerhood!
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  4. UmmBinat
    This is a good summer drink, chilled well of course. I did tweak it to be more healthy by substituting creamed honey in place of sugar in a lesser amount. I would say the sweetener could probably be cut in half as I found ours still a bit too sweet. I used spring water, a very ripe pineapple (that's sweeter of course) and to stay true to being "fresh" and healthy I used freshly squeezed lemon juice instead of lime juice from a bottle. I would like to make this the same way again with a 1/2 cup honey. Made for ZWT6 Asian region, for my team, The Ya Ya Cookerhood!
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  5. realbirdlady
    Refreshing fruit beverage. I prefer with about half as much sugar, or possibly less with an extra sweet pineapple. I did one batch with only a coarse strain, retaining most of the fiber, which I preferred, although it may not be as pretty.
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