10 Inventive Ways to Enjoy Grapes
Enjoy these easy and delicious grape recipes when you want to go beyond snacking on a cluster
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Roasted Grapes with Oozy Cheese
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Grape and Cucumber Gazpacho
This riff on Spain’s classic tangy-sweet “white” gazpacho is made with Persian cucumbers, which are tender enough to use peel and all. (If you can’t find them, substitute peeled English cucumbers.) The drizzle of olive oil at the end brings the flavors together, so use the best oil in your pantry.
Recipe: Grape and Cucumber Gazpacho
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Salmon with Roasted Grapes and Arugula Salad
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This fresh take on the classic Waldorf takes only 20 minutes to prepare and works as a side dish, a main course or even a light dessert.
The right apple variety to use: sweet-tart such as Pink Lady, Jonathan, or Piñata.
Recipe: Western Waldorf
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Grape, Toasted Almond, and Sweet-Onion Salad
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Grilled Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Grapes
The grapes on these kebabs caramelize on the grill, and that--along with the complex spices on the lamb--calls for a spicy, juicy wine. Serve the kebabs with hot couscous (we love the large Israeli variety).
Recipe: Grilled Moroccan Lamb Kebabs with Grapes
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This pairs well with braised veal, or can be used to sweeten up a yogurt parfait with toasted nuts.
Recipe: Roasted Grapes
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Butter Lettuce Salad with Walnuts and Grapes
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Mini Grape Cobblers
Who knew that grapes make the ultimate filling for a fruit cobbler? When they spend some time in the oven, they caramelize at the edges, adding an amazing depth of flavor.Recipe: Mini Grape Cobblers
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Mini Almond and Grape Cakes
Inspired by French financiers, these small cakes are dense with the warm flavors of almond, orange zest, and butter. The grapes become a little jammy after baking, which complements the cakes’ richness.
Recipe: Mini Almond and Grape Cakes