Whole Pineapple Stuffed With Pork And Wrapped in Bacon

When I first read the name of this recipe, I have to be honest, I wasn't quite sure what to expect. Making a whole pineapple stuffed with pork and wrapped in bacon sounds a little intimidating, but delicious all at the same time. Once I read the recipe through, I found out that It is actually exceptionally simple to make this recipe, even though it sounds like it might be complicated. After all, a look at the picture and you begin to wonder how in the world you get it to look like that! But believe me when I say it's actually quite simple, and you will probably be hooked once you realize how easy it is to make and how impressive it looks when it is all done. All you need to make this recipe is a whole pineapple (of course), some good quality bacon, some boneless pork ribs, and finally 1 bottle of historic Lynchburg Tennessee Whiskey Swineapple Rib Glaze & Dippin’ Sauce. Apparently the sauce is what makes this recipe overall, so make sure not to skip out on finding that particular brand if you can. The sauce is the perfect combination of savoury, salty, spicy, sweet and sour, all balanced so nicely. This makes it great with the pineapple and the pork and bacon. We all know that ham and pineapple tastes pretty good together, so that is why this recipe makes so much sense.

To make this awesome meal, all you have to do is hollow out a full pineapple, cram as much of the pork ribs as you can fit inside, then place the bacon strips on the outside of the pineapple and finally pour the entire bottle of dressing all over the final product. Place in a preheated oven and just set it for the next 4-5 hours, and that's it! You're on your way to the perfect weekend meal. The juices from the pineapple will tenderize the meat, so you'll have the most amazingly juicy pork so long as you don't over cook it. This would be a surprising new and exciting meal to put on the table for dinner on a Sunday dinner when everyone is home, and you can all sit and eat around the table. There are so many people that would love this recipe, but especially people who love their bacon. The bacon would make for a really nice smokey and salty flavour, then the pineapple would be nice and sweet, with the pork ribs smothered in the nice, well rounded sauce. Sounds like a great combination. You could serve it with some salad of course, or some grilled corn on the cob. Maybe some nice potatoes would be good on the side. Or maybe some rice to soak up the sauce.

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