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1 large ripe pineapple

100g golden caster sugar

500g lactose/dairy free cream

Frosted cilantro sprigs, to serve


Cut the skin off the pineapple, then cut it lengthways into quarters and remove the core from each piece.

Chop the flesh roughly and purée in a food processor or blender until creamy.

Pour the purée into a large sieve set over a bowl, and leave to drain in the fridge overnight. Do not stir.

Next day, pour the juice from the bowl into a freezerproof container. Freeze until solid (at least 4 hours).

Now caramelise the flesh. At this stage, in the restaurant, we rub the flesh through a sieve with the back of a ladle to make it very creamy.

It’s not vital, but it makes this dessert extra-special. Tip the sugar into a medium-sized frying pan and stir in 2 tbsp cold water.

Stand for 5 minutes before heating slowly over a gentle heat, shaking the pan until the sugar dissolves into a clear syrup.

When all the crystals have dissolved, raise the heat and cook to a medium golden colour.

Tip in the pineapple flesh and cook for 5 minutes, stirring, until flavoured and slightly reduced.

Remove and cool, then keep in a covered container in the fridge until ready to serve (The purée will keep for up to 2 days.)

When the pineapple juice has frozen, scrape it into icy shavings using a large metal spoon. Place in another container and keep frozen until ready to serve.

To serve, divide the purée between 8 shot or small wine glasses and top with whipped lactose/dairy free cream. (They can be chilled for up to 4 hours at this point.)

Remove the shavings from the freezer and spoon over the yogurt. Top each glass with a Frosted cilantro sprig and serve.

Recipe adapted from: Good Food

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