Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Kiwi Upside Down Pie

My kids love kiwis, they just have them every morning with their bowl of milk especially during winter morning just to boost them as these fruits are rich in vitamin C than the orange. Last week, my H came back home with a bag of kiwi for them,but unfortunately those kiwis were tasteless and none at home touched it. Instead of trashing them, with a store bought puff pastry sheet i finished those tasteless kiwis as upside down pie with a simple sugar syrup.Needless to say that this pie gets vanished quickly, an excellent dessert to enjoy with some whipped cream after lunch or dinner.

Since i used puff pastry sheet for making this pie, this pie gets ready very much quickly. You can go for usual pastry dough, but store bought puff pastry makes the life easier.You can replace kiwi with your favourite fruits and this pie is definitely a best way to sneak the fruits if your kids hates them to the core.As i choosed kid's delight-desserts as this week's blogging marathon theme, am posting this pie for my second day of  blogging marathon. Check out the other bloggers running this 23rd edition of blogging marathon here.Sending to Show Me Your HITS-Festive Foods guest hosted by Roshni,event by Sangeetha.



8nos Kiwi (peeled & sliced)
1/2cup Sugar
1no Puff pastry sheet
3tsp Butter

Heat the butter, fry the sliced kiwi for a minute in both the side and keep aside.

Heat the sugar with 2tbsp of water to make a sugar syrup.

Preheat the oven to 350 F.

Pour this sugar syrup to a pie pan, place the already fried kiwi slices side by side over the sugar syrup.

Cover them with a puff pastry sheet, press it well to cover the fruits completely.

Bake for 15-20minutes until the crust turns golden brown.

Keep aside and let the pie gets completely cool.

Gently invert the pie to a plate, take care while inverting.

Slice it and enjoy with whipped cream.

34 comments:

  1. Oh what a healthy pie, looks damn cute, loved it!!!
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  2. I love kiwis....this pie looks awesome dear....can I invite myself for a slice?

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  3. Yummy looking cake and inviting.

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  4. Mouth-watering....drool-worthy recipe dear...would certainly love to try this...

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  5. Merry Xmas Priya :). And a beautiful pie to celebrate too :)

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  6. Vibrant and delicious looking upside down pie. Wonderfully prepared.
    Deepa

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  7. THe kids would have loved it!

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  8. This Kiwi pie looks beautiful! Stunning!

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  9. seems super easy, have to try it out soon

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  10. too tempting priya.. nice recipe..

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  11. Love the bright yellow colour of the pie! Looks yum and healthy!

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  12. Nice idea of converting those kiwis in to a pie. looks yummy!

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  13. Gosh that looks stunning Priya, so nice.

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  14. I love kiwis too..Love it's unique flavor.Nicely done pie Priya.I haven't seen a pie with kiwi yet..

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  15. oh..I've wanted try same too...I am def going to..:P
    Tasty Appetite

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  16. ah...what a pretty looking pie so nice.

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  17. Joyeux Noel Priya! The pie looks shiny and bright!

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  18. Kiwi upside down pie looks awesome. Must be tasty too. Happy to follow you. Do stop by mine too.

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  19. Wow a very interesting use of the Puff pastry sheet ... what other fruit can I use instead of Kiwi?
    Sowmya
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  20. Semma super'ah iruku priya...
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  21. super yummy pie
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  22. what a unique recipe - you amaze me!!!

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  23. Superb idea to use puff pastry sheets ;)

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  24. I love kiwi fruit but its quite expensive here. And I am too lazy to try such pies,prefer the easy ones. This looks gorgeous!

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  25. Looks delicious and you make it sound easy enough to try.

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