Pork with BBQ Pinapple

If there were ever a protein and fruit that were made for each other it would have to be pork and pineapple.  The mild flavor of the pork compliments the wildly delicious sweet and tart flavor of the pineapple, throw in the grill of the BBQ and you have yourself one amazingly beautiful and tasty meal.

There really is not much to this recipe but thinking of new ways to serve our meat can be tricky sometimes, therefore I offer this as a suggestion.

Ingredients:

2 Pork chops/loins/steaks  which ever you like to BBQ

1tsp chilli powder

dash cayenne

1tsp paprika

1tsp salt

good dose of fresh ground black pepper

Slices of fresh pineapple, how ever thick you like them.

Method:

Mix all your spices together and dust over your pork.  BBQ the pork and when it is almost done, put your pineapple on the grill.  Serve your pork ontop of the pineapple and enjoy.  This goes great with a fresh salad.

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