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Roasted Grapes

Fall 2004, EatingWell Serves Two

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (59 votes)

Roasting isn't just for turkey. Roasting fruit, in this case grapes, brings out its inherent sweetness.


Roasted Grapes

6 Reviews for Roasted Grapes

11/09/2013
Anonymous

Use Holiday Grapes. Big, fat expensive suckers. Holy crap! Freakin' great! Dipped in plain Greek yogurt. Perfect.

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11/09/2013
Anonymous

Use Holiday Grapes. Big, fat expensive suckers. Holy crap! Freakin' great! Dipped in plain Greek yogurt. Perfect.

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03/10/2013
Anonymous
Gross!

Maybe I didn't do it right? but this tasted gross! barf

Nothing
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05/26/2012
Anonymous

First attempt turned into a mess. Did it according to the directions.
Tried it again, but this time at 400 degrees, and only 10 minutes and it turned out great. Moved the rack to the top of the oven also helped.

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01/30/2012
Anonymous
No crisp, just mess

Tried it both in regular and toaster oven - didn't work either way. first time with olive oil, even though it shouldn't be used at such a high temp (beyond its smoking point). Second time tried it with safflower oil. Neither worked.

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