¬¬¬Pineapple stuffing is considered to be an extremely delicious side dish and can be amazing in wide range of meals. According to your personal preferences, it can be sweet, spicy or sour, which makes it quite a diverse side dish. It is used in a number of countries, with people enjoying the great taste of pineapple in a variety of different ways.
Ground macadamia nuts or whole nuts - ½ cup
Brown onion - 1 small
Fresh pineapple - 200 gm
Breadcrumbs - 1 cup
Garlic clove - 1
Pineapple sage - 5 leaves
Chilli - 1 small
Egg - 1
Salt and pepper - As per taste
The first step towards making pineapple stuffing is to get rid of the peel and core from the pineapple.
The flesh of the pineapple will now be tender and ready to cut.
You are now required to chop down the pineapple into small slices.
The size should be somewhat similar to that of chopped onion.
Grab a mixing bowl, place the breadcrumbs in it and follow it up by adding all the pineapple and juice. You should stir well.
Chop onion, garlic, macadamia nuts (optional) and chilli one by one in a food processor and put them in a bowl. You can season them well with salt, pepper, herbs and spices.
You are now required to add an egg in the mixture and stir it well until it is mixed nicely.
If you want to be a little creative, you can add any other thing or ingredients like soy sauce, fish sauce, lime juice, zest of one orange or lemon, honey, coconut cream or ginger at this stage.
If you find the mixture to be dry, you can add some coconut cream to it.
Most of the times, pineapple possesses adequate juice and you are not likely to face this problem; however, at times the fruit can be dry.