This tropical island-inspired grilled pineapple jalapeno mocktail is sweet, spicy, and extremely refreshing, it feels just like sunshine in a glass!!!You’ll get an entire range of flavors that are sure to please your palate!
Heat up a cast iron grill pan on the stove. Brush pan with vegetable oil. Place pineapple slices on the pan and grill for 3 to 4 minutes on each side.
LET'S CUT THE JALAPENOS
First, cut the stem off the jalapeno. Slice the jalapeno in half and use a spoon to scrape out the seeds and membrane. Cut into slices
LET'S RIM THE COCKTAIL GLASSES
In a bowl or plate, add some chili salt
Cut a lemon or lime and run the lemon wedge around the rim of your cocktail glass. Immediately holding the cocktail glass upside-down by the base, dip the entire rim into the chili salt, so that the crystals stick to the outside of the glass.
TIME TO MAKE THE GRILLED PINEAPPLE JALAPENO MOCKTAIL
In a cocktail shaker, muddle a few grilled pineapple pieces, a small piece of Jalapeno, some Lemon Juice, and agave for a few minutes to release the flavors.
Add ice cubes and pineapple juice. Shake vigorously.
Pour into the cocktail glasses (leaving some space on top). Top with club soda or sparkling water, and Garnish with some jalapeno and grilled pineapples. Enjoy!!
NOTE: You can make your chili salt by adding 1/2 tsp chili powder to 1 tbsp table salt. Give it a good mix.NOTE: If you like it a tad spicy, then don't discard the seeds from the jalapeno.NOTE: If you have leftover grilled pineapples, enjoy that with some vanilla ice-cream