Burnt pineapple salad with sweet and sour dressing

Published: 10th September 2016 10:00 PM  |   Last Updated: 08th September 2016 11:09 PM   |  A+A-


● Pineapple slices: 6

● Brown sugar: 1 tbsp

● Rock salt: 1 tsp

● Thai sweet sour sauce

● Rocket leaves: 2 cups

● Mixed nuts: 2 tbsp



● Place the pineapple slices in a pan and heat on low fire till slightly smoked to burnt

● In a separate pan, heat sugar till caramalised

● Add nuts and seasoning, stir for a minute and remove

● Let it cool and crystalise

● Crush the crystalised nuts and set aside for garnishing

● In a serving bowl, place the washed rocket leaves and drizzle the sauce over it

● Mix gently and add the burnt pineapple pieces, and garnish with caramelised nuts

● Serve chilled

Kafir Lime Couscous Salad


● Kafir lime leaves: 4-5

● Couscous boiled: 2 cups

● Chopped onion: 1

● Pine nuts: 2 tbsp

● Salt to taste

● Black pepper coarsely ground: 1 tsp

● Corn kernels: 4 tbsp

● Chopped tomatoes: 1

● Parsley: 1 tbsp

● Peanuts: 2 tbsp

● Coconut milk: 1/2 cup



● In a pan, heat coconut milk with kafir lime leaves and seasoning

● Remove and bring to room temperature

● In serving dish, put the couscous parsley, tomatoes, peanuts and nuts

● Pour the dressing over the couscous

● Serve chilled

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