Hawaiian pupus (pronounced poo-poos) are a wonderful island tradition in Hawaii. Pupus are appetizers or hors d'oeuvres. Pupus are served before a meal, or sometimes there are so many pupus, they are the meal! You can find pupus at all kinds of parties large and small, restaurants, bars--pretty much anywhere people gather to eat food together.
For your next holiday party, serve these delicious fresh pineapple pieces wrapped in prosciutto pupus. Instead of throwing away the outer pineapple rind, serve it in an impressive pineapple boat.
Easy Pineapple and Prosciutto Pupus Recipe
Fresh Hawaiian Pineapple
10 slices of Prosciutto or Virginia Ham
Cut fresh pineapple into bite size pieces. Wrap a pineapple piece with a little strip of prosciutto and hold in place with a toothpick. Serve with a dipping bowl of freshly ground pepper.
If fresh pineapples are not available in your area, you can order fresh pineapples from Hawaii directly from us. We ship on Monday and Tuesday for Thursday or Friday delivery.
For more Hawaiian Pineapple recipes and information, see our blog category Hawaiian Pineapples.