Preheat the oven to 200° C at grill level. Cover a baking tray with paper and make ready.
Roast the toast slices in the toaster. Then spread with butter while still hot.
Alternatively, you can fry the bread in butter in the pan.
Cover the buttered toast with the boiled ham.
IMPORTANT: Keep the ham away from the edge of the toast. Do not fry the ham uncovered in the oven.
Cut the pineapple top and bottom with a large sharp knife. Then place the fruit vertically, hold firmly and cut off the skin sufficiently thick in a light curve.
Variant 1: Pineapple rings
Place the pineapple horizontally on the chopping board and cut down slices about 0.5 cm thick. Use a metal ring to cut the core out of the individual slices and remove.
Cover the ham toast with a slice of pineapple.
Gourmet tip: Fry the pineapple quarters in butter and caramelise them with sugar.
Variation 2: Fine pineapple corners
Here the pineapple is cut a little finer. Place the fruit body horizontally on the board and cut through. Put half of the fruit back upright and quarter.
Remove the woody fruit kernel from the pineapple quarters. Cut fine slices from the quartered fruit.
Cover the roasted and buttered toast with boiled ham and fine pineapple slices.
Gourmet tip: Briefly fry the pineapple quarters in butter and caramelise them with sugar.
Now the ham and pineapple toast can be covered with cheese slices. No ham should come out!
Remove the toast from the oven after about 10 minutes.
Decoration: Serve the Hawaiitoast with a cocktail cherry.
Enjoy your meal!