IMG_7445Well…how do you do?

Finally got some time to pull off a pie, an original combination that I have been meaning to bake for a while. You know, I am one of those who would not care much about measurement. I’d happily flip through the summer issue of my favorite fat-loyal food magazine and ooh and ahh on the luscious photographs and go ahead and never make anyone of them- or i’d alter it totally before it comes out of my oven.

This recipe originally called for banana, walnut and caramel- look what i changed it to with homemade pineapple jam, sugared muskmelon, and Srilankan cinnamon!

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The recipe also called for individual pie shells, I made a loaf instead and cut them slant, drizzled it with freshly ground cinnamon and honey. What a morning this was- with this for breakfast and a cup of good coffee. Felt heavenish! Saved some for my girls, Mary, Julie, Delphi and Glory, at work too.

Oh and I need to write this down just in case they don’t stick up for me later! This Glory here used to work for BBC and with a bite she said: “The last time I tasted something like this was in the BBC shoot”

Wohhooo. Hop hop mighty bob!

IMG_7443Join me for breakfast or make it yours:

Ingredients:

2 and 1/2 cups of plain flour

100 gram cold butter cut into cubes

1/2 cup iced water

A pinch of cinnamon

Muskmelon cut into thin strips and sugared generously (1/4th cup)

Pineapple jam- 2 tbsp

 

Cinnamon powder

Caster sugar for dusting

1 teaspoon milk for brushing

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Procedure

Cut butter in flour until the mixture resembles corn meal. (Use a fork to mix it well)

Once it resembles corn meal, slowly add iced water and using as less hands as possible, form a dough. I rub my hands on ice before handling these babies.

Chill in the refrigerator for about half an hour

Assembling

Roll your dough out- half an inch thick

Slather pineapple jam

Place muskmelon (be very very careless about it)

Sprinkle cinnamon

Roll into a log and flatten the top

Attach the loose ends by pinching with a fork

Brush milk on top (you can use a eggwash too- i dont like the smell of eggs on this one)

Sprinkle caster sugar on top

Baking

Bake in center rack at 250 for about 20 minutes or until the top is golden

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11 thoughts on “Original Recipe: Muskmelon, Pineapple Jam and Cinnamon loaf pie Recipe”

  1. It looks delish………but what is a muskmelon and what does it look like? We have watermelon, honeydew and rock melons but I have not heard of a muskmelon. 🙂
    Sue P

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