How to make pineapple granita


if you've never had one, granitas originally come from Sicily, but over the years they've worked their way up The Boot and all over Italy.

They're usually made up of fruit, water/juice and sugar. It's what's known as an Italian ice, but the true Sicilian granita always has a much grainier or coarser texture.

Take your pineapples' hat off.

Cut it in half lengthwise.

Take the core out and cut out pieces of meat.

Put the pineapple in a food processor or blender.

Grind it into a puree, add the sugar as this keeps it from freezing into a solid block of ice, and pour it into a 13 x 12 baking dish.

Put the whole thing into your freezer.

Rake it with a fork every 30 minutes or so to break it into icy crystals. Do this until it's the texture you want, to scoop it into serving dishes.

Serve it up!


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