Pineapple Souffle

  1. Pineapple – 1 ( chopped )
  2. Sugar – 1 cup
  3. Gelatine – 2 teaspoon
  4. Milk – 1 cup
  5. Cornflour – 1 teaspoon
  6. Egg – 2
    Yellow food colour – few drops

Add 1/2 cup sugar to the chopped pineapple & cook it. Soak gelatin in 1/4 cup milk & melt it in double boiler method.Beat yolk with cornflour & sugar. Add milk & make a thick custard.When gelatin mix & custard becomes same temperature mix both. Beat the egg white & fold into this mixture when it is cooled. Spread the pineapple in the pudding dish. Pour the pudding mix over this , refrigerate & serve.

My aunty,Tesschechy

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  • hi maria,
    I have seen this recipe of urs sometimes back and since then wanted to ask u a doubt. I remember myself making pineapple souffle very long back and I used fresh pineapples in them. I dono what went wrong, but the whole stuff turned so bitter wen i used fresh pineapple. Do u use the centre part of the pineapple? In order to remove the bitterness, what shud i do?Do u know what makes it bitter?…But i dont have this problem when I make souffle using canned pineapples. It turns out real good using canned pineapples.
    Regards.
    Thanks.

  • Hi Shaby

    I normally use fresh pineapple while making puddings and I do remove the center part. At times the fresh pineapple may taste bitter, in that case increase the quantity of sugar while stewing (cooking) it, I think that should solve the problem. Since canned pineapple is already bottled in adequate sugar syrup it wont have that problem.

  • hello maria,
    i have a doubt regarding this recipe.should we use additional 1/4 cup of milk for soaking the gelatin or we have to add from the 1 cup milk?
    and how long it will take to set the pudding ? Thanks in advance.

    • Hi Anu

      Am extremely sorry for the delayed reply, I was tied up with some personal stuff.

      Use additional 1/4 cup of milk for soaking the gelatin and it will take around 2-4 hours for the pudding to set. Hope this helps…

      Happy cooking :)

      Cheers
      Maria

  • Hi Maria, after trying ur yummy easy chiken fry I thought i’l try the pineapple pudding of urs….But I’m so disappointed as the Souffle only tastes of raw egg :( Looks like as we do not cook the egg and just blend the yolk and white seperately it gives a flavour of raw egg … can you help me in making a perfect pineapple pudding ..plz!

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