This is a recipe for pique boricua or pique de piña. It is a puertorrican recipe for a hot pineapple flavored vinegar that can be used to make any meal hot. It tastes great on top of rice and beans. This is a great way to use the pineapple skin before it is dumped on your compost pile. I need to warn you that it is very hot and you may use a little bit at a time.

Step 1: Ingredients

You will need:

A large glass jar with the lid.

A few clean bottles.

1 2/3 cups of water

4 to 6 oz. of pineapple skin

8 chili peppers

4 garlic

1 tablespoon of  Black pepper

1/2 tsp. of dry oregano

1/8 tsp. of salt

This is an interesting room you took the photo in. What is the plant hanging from the string...... and why?
I know that it must be some sort of tropical plant. Maybe Yucca.
Why is it hanging?
They are medicinal aloes, maybe a local superstition because they are not sold in that way.
Oh now this is something I can use :-) Thanks
hey sounds great, but i was wondering roughly how long it would keep and also what conditions it should be stored?
I had kept my bottles in my kitchen cabinets for a long time. It will not go bad. <br />

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