May 25, 2011

Pineapple Yogurt Fool

Fruit fool is a British dessert which is a mixture of pureed fruit, whipped cream and sugar. In this recipe, whipped cream is replaced by hung curd for a low calorie dessert. This recipe is from Sanjeev Kapoor's Chill Out, which is a collection of summer treats. Thanks Veena for the book, which she had sent along with the Arusuvai secret ingredient

This dessert gets done faster since there is no freezing and other steps as in ice cream/sorbet. Its very creamy and makes a quick and light dessert. Hung curd can be replaced with thick yogurt too if you don't have time to prepare the hung curd.



You need


  • Fresh Pineapple Slices - 10 nos
  • Sugar - 3/4 cup
  • Hung curd - 3/4 cup
  • Cinnamon - 2 nos of  1" stick


Method
Combine chopped pineapple, sugar and cinnamon in a bowl. Microwave for 6 minutes till the pineapple turns soft. You can cook it on stove top too, on medium heat. It will take more time.

Remove the pineapple pieces  from the syrup. Blend it to a puree in a mixer grinder. Add the hung curd. Pulse to blend thoroughly. Chill and serve.

While serving the you can drizzle the left over syrup topped with  finely chopped pineapple cubes. There is not much syrup left and it can be added to milkshakes or fruit salads for a subtle pineapple flavor. This yogurt fool is similar to our own shrikand.

This goes to the Kids Delight-Cool Comforts, hosted by PJ, an event started by Srivalli




Check out the Blogging Marathoners doing BM#5 along with me 

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Seven Days of Indian Sweets:Gayathri, Priya Suresh,
Seven Days of Microwave Meals: Monika,
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Summer Coolers: Jayasree, Kamalika, Srivalli



22 comments:

  1. yummy..can i have a spoonful

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  2. Refreshing and beautiful yogurt fool..feel like finishing that wonderful bowl..

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  3. Love it ! I would call it pineapple shrikhand :)

    btw, if you are interested this qualifies as an entry to my event, if you can design a menu according to the rules. Mail me the details. Check it out ..
    http://tamalapaku.blogspot.com/2011/05/event-announcement-design-menu-3.html

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  4. Looks mouthwatering. One can use greek yogurt to make it in a cinch.

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  5. That's a nice one Jayasreee..:)

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  6. Mouthwatering here, super delicious yogurt fool,yumm!

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  7. Delicious and refreshing looking yogurt dear. Wonderful recipe.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  8. This looks so new and yummy tooo .. Love pineapples.

    Vardhini
    VardhinisKitchen

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  9. Wow, looks so creamy and delicious

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  10. My fav flavor dessert... Looks so good. Nice recipe... Kids would love it.... YUM!

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  11. Loved it...especially with the hung curd and the cinnamon. Great fruit recipes in the series, just waiting for the next fruit to show up!

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  12. Very new to me and sounds really nice! Gald to see u back!

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  13. I love shrikhand and this is even a step further. Amazing combo of pineapple with cinnamons. This would be a sure hit.

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  14. Pineapple flavor is yum ....looks delish

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  15. this sounds really yumm..something like pineapple shrikhand..isn't it?

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  16. Wow.. that's one quick and easy dessert. Perfect when you have sudden guests.. Sounds delicious.

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  17. Yum yum yummy pineapple yoghurt.

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