Pineapple rolls Recipe

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Ingredients

1 pineapple-grated
1 cup sugar
1 stick cinnamon
3 cloves
2 cardamoms

For the dough:
2 cups flour
2/3 cup butter
1/2 tsp salt
1 egg
1 tbsp sugar


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How to make Pineapple rolls



1, For the jam, mix altogether in a non-stick pan and cook until thicken and golden brown.Leave to cool.
2 .For the dough, crumb butter in flour and the add the rest of ingredients, knead to soft dough , add a little water if dough is too dry. leave for an hour .
3. Roll out dough into a tennis ball and  fill in the jam .
4 Roll up and seal. Arrange on greased tray.
5. Bake in a preheated 200 degree celsius oven for 20 mins.
6. Cut rolls into 1 inch length and serve.

marianne49
Question from the Chef

“what you can made from pineapple jam?”

  • shorty
    shorty says

    What country is this dessert from? I have seen other variants of this, but none contained cardamon. This looks like the Chinese pineapple roll recipe with an Indian twist.

  • marianne49
    marianne49 says

    well normally you dont find pineapple jam with spices, but to add those spices, it brings up the aroma but still taste of pineapple . I am not sure of indian twist , its a famous cookies from Malaysia during the festive season.

  • shorty
    shorty says

    How long do these cookies last if stored in an airtight container?

  • marianne49
    marianne49 says

    it can stored for a month , but usually , mine always finish before I could save for a month , hehehe.

  • shorty
    shorty says

    I am unclear about step 3. Do you roll out one tennis ball or many small tennis balls. Do you shape the entire thing into one long log and slice it?

  • marianne49
    marianne49 says

    Yes , roll into 4 or 5 balls flatten and add filling, then roll or fold up and seal. you get the length of a hot dog. brush with egg wash and bake, cut into short pieces to serve. NOTE: the shape can be any shape you want to do.

  • shorty
    shorty says

    Since these contain jam, do you normally refrigerate them (if you want to save them for a couple of weeks)? By the way, I collected the Taiwanese version of this dessert in this thread: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/639681.

  • marianne49
    marianne49 says

    no you dont have to keep in the fridge, the jam is cooked until dry and easy to roll with your fingers without sticking and that is matured jam which can last for a month or so. Once the jam is baked with the biscuits it will last without putting them in the fridge.

  • marianne49
    marianne49 says

    The dough can be made in different method too, I will published that soon here.

  • shorty
    shorty says

    What kind of sugar is in the recipe above? Is this granulated sugar or confectioner's sugar?

  • marianne49
    marianne49 says

    just used any white sugar, its doesnt matter

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