For this Fireball Pineapple you grill a whole pineapple over a rotisserie until it’s all caramelized and delicious. But first, you have to soak the pineapple in Fireball Whiskey for at least 2 hours… so you know it’s going to be good.
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It’s pretty easy, all you do is remove the pineapple skin – but leave the core. Then let it soak in Fireball Whiskey for at least 2 hours – rotating the pineapple every 30 minutes to make sure it soaks evenly. Then coat it with sugar and grill it for about 45 minutes – 1 hour.
The only issue with this recipe is that you have to have a rotisserie setup on your grill. You can use any rotisserie-style grill setup, just hold the temps steady around 400-450.
Fireball Pineapple makes for a great side – people love it and it just looks great rotating on the grill. And the flavor you get with the sugars and the whiskey over coals is hard to beat.
Peel the pineapple and score the outside in a diamond pattern.
Place both pineapples in a ziplock storage bag and pour in the Fireball Whiskey. Close the bag and squeeze as much air out as possible. Marinate for at least 2 hours in the refrigerator. Turning half way through.
Prepare rotisserie grill for cooking. On a propane grill set the two outside burners to medium high and the rotisserie burner for medium. Temperature should be about 450⁰.
Combine the raw sugar, brown sugar, and cinnamon in a bowl.
Skewer each pineapple with the rotisserie rod and secure with rotisserie forks.
Apply the sugar mixture to the outside of each pineapple and place the rotisserie rod into the motor on the grill.
Cook for approximately 30 minutes and apply more sugar mixture once the outside looks dry.
Remove the pineapples once the outside is caramelized about 45-60 minutes total cook time.
Carefully slide the pineapples off the skewer and slice into individual pieces for serving.
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