BBQ Mojito Lime Pineapple - Schwartz Grill Mates

Schwartz have a great range of marinades to liven up BBQ food, or of course since the British weather can not be relied upon, any BBQ-style indoor meal.  There are altogether 23 products that make up the Grill Mates range.

For this recipe I used Mojito Lime Marinade packet mix consisting of delicious dried spices; all you need to do is add a couple of ingredients as listed on the back of each pack, then simply mix together to use.


Grill Mates are really are easy to prepare and although they're kind of meant to be a marinade for meat and poultry, I came up with this idea of using the Mojito Lime Grill Mates to marinate slices of fresh pineapple.

So easy to make; just marinade the pineapple slices before popping them onto the BBQ (or in my case a griddle pan) as the weather was nice, but certainly not amazing. 

*Please note for this recipe I didn't follow the back of the packet - instead I altered the 'extra' ingredients needed to suit my BBQ Mojito Pineapple creation!

Print Recipe

https://sites.google.com/a/aglugofoil.com/a-glug-of-oil/home/bbq-mojito-pineapple




To serve 4 you will need;
1 large fresh pineapple - cored, peeled and cut into thickish slices
1 packet of Grill Mates Mojito Lime
1 tablespoon olive oil
50ml dark rum
2 tablespoons of molasses

How to do it;
In a small bowl mix together the whole packet of Mojito Lime Grill Mates along with the olive oil, dark rum and molasses and mix well.

Put the sliced pineapple onto a plate and pour over the marinade, turning the pineapple to coat. Keep the marinade to baste during cooking.  Pop the pineapple slices onto a really hot griddle pan (or BBQ) and cook for a minute or so.  Baste and turn to get those nice grill marks, cook for another minute before serving with some nice vanilla ice cream.

More recipes using Schwartz products

Camilla's Cajun Chicken Fajitas
Dannii's Indian Chicken and Mango Salad


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Disclaimer; I was compensated for my time creating this recipe for Schwartz.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

102 comments

  1. Sorry read the wrong bit. Would love to use the Mojito Lime Marinade Mix first x

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  2. The Smokey Texan Marinade Mix

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  3. The Smokey Texan Marinade Mix on a pork shoulder would make for delicious pulled pork, so I'd probably try that first! :)

    Jen xx
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  4. would love to try Cajun Marinade Mix

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  5. Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade Mix :)

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  6. I would love to try the Cajun Mix :o)

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  7. The Cajun Marinade on some chicken or beef :)

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  8. Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade Mix

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  9. Smokey Texan Marinade Mix

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  10. I would like to try the Smokey Texan

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  11. Cajun Marinade Mix looks lovely

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  12. would love to try Cajun Marinade Mix

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  13. I would try the smoky texan one first

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  14. I would choose to use first the Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade Mix xxx

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  15. Deep south brown sugar, my chicken would be so lush with this

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  16. definitely the mojito lime - would be amazing with chicken or prawns

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  17. Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade Mix

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  18. I would use the Smokey Texan first

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  19. The Smokey Texan Marinade Mix :)

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  20. i would try the Brazilian BBQ first.

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  21. Cajun Marinade Mix sounds the best!

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  22. Would like to try the Cajun Marinade Mix

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  23. The deep south brown sugar mix sounds lovley

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  24. oo smokey texan first I think

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  25. love to try the smoky texan x

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  26. I'd start with the Cajun Mix

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  27. I'd definitely use the Smokey Texan Marinade first! It sounds delicious!

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  28. The Smokey Texan Marinade Mix.

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  29. The Cajun Marinade Mix sounds great

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  30. Deep South Brown Sugar sounds intriguing.

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  31. smokey texan marinade sounds good!

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  32. Grill Mates Smokey Texan Marinade Mix

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  33. The Smokey Texan Marinade Mix on pork ribs

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  34. would love to try the Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade Mix

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  35. The Smokey Texan Marinade Mix on ribs :)

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  36. I would try the mojito lime one - sounds gorgeous!

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  37. I would try the smoky texan marinade mix

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  38. Lime and pineapple are fantastic together. I find the problem with fruit on the barbecue is that it usually comes after meat.

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  39. the Cajun pack on some chicken and corn on the cob!

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  40. Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade Mix would be the first one I'd reach for - got a bit of a sweet tooth

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  41. The pineapple looks delicious, think I'd have to try this first with the mojito lime marinade.

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  42. the deep south brown sugar marinade mix sounds amazing

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  43. I'd like to try the Brazillian BBQ first

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  44. I would love to try the Paprika BBQ chicken marinade, sounds delicious :-)

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  45. the Cajun Mix then the Brazillian BBQ/ smokey texan mix for my sons, but they all sounds so yummy

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  46. I would love to try the classic BBQ sounds peng

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  47. I would love to try the Mojito lime one

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  48. I think it'd be mad not to try out your mojito lime pineapple recipe first !

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  49. Loads to try mmmmm!! My top 5 would be: Sticky BBQ, Tex-Mex, Italian Herb, cajun and mediterrean bbq. Lots of yummy one's to try though x

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  50. Would try the Smokey Texan first.

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  51. I'd love to try the Grill Mates Smokey Texan Marinade Mix x

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  52. If I won the Grill Mates I think I'd like to try the "Marinade in a Bag Honey and Soy" or the Teriyaki one. Yum!

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  53. I would try the Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade Mix first

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  54. I'd try Brazilian BBQ first

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  55. Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade Mix

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  56. love to try Cajun Marinade Mix

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  57. I'd try the Brazilian BBQ first

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  58. Smokey Texan Marinade first for me! x

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  59. I'd like the sound of the Deep South Brown Sugar Marinade

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  60. Cajun, Deep South brown sugar, mohito lime, smokey Texan and Brazilian BBQ, I want to try all of these!!!😋😋

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  61. Brazilian BBQ definitely!

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  62. They all sound nice! But I would start with the Smokey Texan!

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  63. I never thought of using a marinade on a pineapple!! I have to try the mojito lime on pineapple! But thinking of putting the pineapple on skewers with chicken and peppers!

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  64. Brazilian BBQ Marinade Mix - sounds interesting x

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  65. Smokey Texan
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