Pineapple with port wine
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Pineapple with port wine
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:18:07 AM. Recipe ID 48815. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Pineapple with port wine
 Categories: Desserts
      Yield: 2 Servings
 
      6 oz Pineapple - ripe, pared, cut
           -into 4 slices
      4 oz Ruby port wine
      1 c  Ice - crushed
 
  Calories     per serving:  129        Number of Servings: 2 Fat grams
  per serving: .362
         Approx. Cook Time: Cholesterol per serving: 0.0 Marks:
  
  *DIRECTIONS*
  
  Put the pineapple in a bowl and cover with the port. cover tightly and
  refrigerate for 2 hours.
  
  TO SERVE: Divide the pineapple slices between dessert bowls and top
  each serving with crushed ice.
  
  Pour the port marinade over the ice and serve.
  
  NOTES: If the pineapple is not sweet enough you may want to add some
  artificial sweetener.
  
  The port shoud be "ruby" and will have its own sweetness.
  
  VARIATIONS: A Madeira could be used in place of the port.
  
  Other fruits could be used but the fresh pineapple has an unusually
  refreshing quality about it.
  
  NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS: Calories 129 Calcium 13.1mg Protein 0.443 g Iron
  0.434mg Carbohydrates 17.2 g Sodium 9.69mg Dietary Fiber 1.48g Total
  Fat 0.362g Saturated 0.027g Mono 0.041g Poly 0.124g Cholesterol 0.0mg
  
  Calories from protein          1%      Poly/Sat    = 4.5:1 Calories
  from carbohydrates   54%      Sod/Pot
     = 0.1:1 Calories from fats 3% Ca/Phos = 1.2:1 Other calories (i.e.
  alcohol) 43% CSI = 0.0
  
  From Roy F. Guste Jr.'s "Lousiana Light" ISBN 0-393-02714-7
 




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Recipe ID 48815 (Apr 03, 2005)

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