I am reposting this recipe as requested by Monisha for the SHF Event .
To be frank, I am making this recipe for the first time. Most of the recipes in this blog like the laddus, Sandesh and cutlets are all trial and success recipes. So one more added to the list are these beautiful flowers filled with pinapple chunks, topped with whipped cream, honey and strawberry syrup.
This one is for the AFAM- a fruit a month by Maheswari, which is pineapple.
Like the other recipes of mine this too takes very less time to make.
2 cups chopped pineapple
Phyllo sheets can be easily obtained in the frozen section of any grocery stores.
Layer 3 sheets evenly above each other and cut them with knife or cookie cutter into round shapes. I used wide mouthed glass and knife to cut out rounds. Place them in muffin baking trays and bake them for 7 minutes in a preheated oven at 350 degrees F.
They bake into beautiful golden brown, crisp flowers. Remove from oven and let it cool.
Remove the cups gently and place them in a platter. Spoon the pineapple chunks into the cups and top them with whipped cream and drizzle up with honey and strawberry syrup.
This recipe is inspired from Giada De Laurentiis of Food Network.
Oo la la la..what do we have here?!
Nice recipe and awesome presentation, Sharmi. Love the way you placed them in that green serving plate.
Very colorful and am sure very flavorful.:). Good entry!
very well presented sharmi. loved it:)
such a simple and beautiful dish
Sharmi,love the color.Too pretty to eat girl,may be you should frame it forever!:D
absolutely beautiful cups! you have all my favorite ingredients here...now this is suited to a romantic dinner menu!
that looks so pretty, Sharmi.
the server is so apt for it.
Oooo...thats pretty lil flowers...nice presentation too :) my kind of dessert :)
Pineapple flower cups are looking beautiful and delicious too...great snap.
Sharmi, they are looking so delicious, great picture.....will surely try it out...
Thank You all so much for the inspiring comments!!
am i permitted to have a bite?!!very well presented and pic r wonderful!
You have a beautiful blog. The Flower cups look so so pretty, such pleasure to the eyes. Lovely work
ya Maneka I wish you could! thanks dear.
@sandeepa, thanks for visiting.
WOOOOOOOOW !!! they look so beautiful... Perfect entry !!!
sharmi..when can i taste these ...??? keep it up ...
Sharmi these look soooooooo cute. I just saw the Afam round up and attracted by ur flower cups came to check. Awesome.. Next time i will check out for the phyllo sheets .
Hey lovely presentation... & lovely dessert....mouth watering...i have to make this ASAP..
These are beautiful! I thought from the photo that they were real flowers; that dish is perfect for serving these BTW...you have a nice blog. This is my first visit here, and I had a nice time looking at your splendid food...it looks like you trained in the Lucknow palaces! ;-)
wow! what a presentation! First time here. Nice pictures. Good collection of recipes.
amazing shots for sure
whats the dough?
wow! I have used phyllo sheets only to make baklava. Let me try this one. Looks very very delicious.
Wow Sharmi...pretty and simple...great combination...absolutely love it!!!
Gorgeous cups Sharmi. I love the dish that you presented those tiny cups in. How do you manage to come up with such beautiful recipes every time. Now do i need to repeat the samething over and over again. I just have to!!! Loved it girl.
Thanks for sharing the simple recipe... Very colourful...also liked the way you presented it...
Simply superb.the presentation is award winning types.Lovely.The lushious pink and creamy topping over the fruit compliment the dish .Lovely.....hmmmm...
Colourful and innovative dish. Nice presentation sharmi. Viji
How cute! :) Is that a bowl you have there in the shape of a leaf? At first I thought it was a real leaf! :) I'll soon be posting pictures of a mini melon basket I made this weekend, but am too lazy to write about it! :)
looks so delicious Sharmi. Beautiful. This is something I would have felt like eating and having it too!
Thats pure yumminess!
Excuse my ignorance though Sharmi -- whats phyllo dough??
Sharmi, looks so colourful. The leaf shaped serving dish is an added touch. Nice photography BTW.
wonderful recipe sharmi.
wow the pineapple flower cup look awesome... and that serving plate is just Perfect..!!!
Nice recipe Sharmi
beautiful and delicious at the same time!!! love your presentation.
Clever idea.. The tartness of the pineapple should balance the blandness of the phyllo cups. Thanks for the idea.
They look soo good! They shd do very well with a good cup of Indian black tea. This post of mine has links for people who don't know how to make Indian style tea:
Another great phyllo recipe...this is really nice, and I love pineapple!
ooooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhh first time seeing ur blog and loved the recipes..pinnaple flower cups r lookin mouth watering and amazin presentation..keep up the good work..m gonna try ur custard for sure :)
That looks delicious! :-)
That looks wonderful! :-)
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