1 Peel the pineapple and remove the heart, then cut into 4 thick slices. Preheat the frying pan and add 1 ½ c. tablespoons butter.Color the butter, then place the slices of pineapple.
2 Understand slices, sprinkle with sugar and caramelize. Flambé with old rum. Pour the orange and add the vanilla beans, halved lengthwise juice.
3 Bring to a boil over low heat, basting frequently pineapple. When the consistency is syrupy, pineapples are cooked. For the presentation: providing a slice of pineapple in the middle of a plate and top with sauce.
4 Top with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Garnish with blackberries and mint leaf. It is best to serve this dessert warm.
There are 74 calories in pineapple per cup (155 grams). Pineapples are an excellent alternative to a sugary dessert due to its sweet taste. You can eat in pineapples in many different ways: fresh, frozen, in heavy or light syrup, crushed, chunks, wedges, spears or slices. The calories in pineapplevary depending on how it is served. They can be served alone or to make a dish look inviting and compliment the taste. There are hundreds of types of pineapples but there are four main groups: Smooth Cayenne, Abacaxi, Red Spanish and Queen.
Smooth Cayenne is the most popular of all the varieties. As a fresh pineapple off the tree, the Smooth Cayenne pineapple grows to be the largest at four to ten pounds. It has a very low fiber content, rich sweet taste, and is very juicy. For those that suffer from high acidic stomach problems but still have a love for pineapples, the Smooth Cayenne pineapple has a very low acidic content therefore would be tolerable on the stomach. It is mostly used for canned pineapple.
Abacaxi, also known as the pernambuco, pineapple is very tender compared to the varieties. This fruit weighs from two to eleven pounds. Abacaxi pineapple is known for its delicious flavor. This pineapple plant is highly disease resistant.
The Red Spanish is a bit smaller than other pineapples, as this pineapple only reaches approximately three to six pounds. It is resistant to fruit rot but is more susceptible to plant disease. The Red Spanish is a very flavorful pineapple.