Roasted grapes atop salted crackers spread with creamy ricotta cheese makes a delectable snack to enjoy any time.
Have you ever tried roasted grapes?
I’m so fonded of the roasted fruits. After my husband came last week with boxes of grapes and there were much remain sitting in the fridge, I hate to trash them, so what’s a best way to use them before they start to wrinkle. I usually use grapes in cocktail juices, but I remembered my mom grape marmalade, it was always my favorite, delicious, I was enjoying eating the sweet and soft grape by fork, I know I had to try them myself, with the simplest way to do.
Roasting the grapes bring their sweetness, concentrate the sugars and intensify the flavors. The delicious result is something sweet and savory at the same time, the same flavors when you roast figs and plums.
So, Why not to satisfy your tooth while boasting our immune system, grapes are known as they protect from viruses and infections.
Roasting grapes is just so easy and simple. Toss the grapes with salt add more sugar if you like, and some olive oil, let roast slowly in the oven. It can be partner with many meals, as a side dish with roasted meat or chicken or may be turkey, for desserts serve beside your favorite cake, or make a change with your snack when pairing the roasted grape with cheese topped bread or crackers make it a unique and stunning appetizer, but what I liked the most is when I topped it over yogurt and granola for the most delicious healthy start of my day.
Roasted Black Grape
4 cups black grape
1/4 cup sugar
1 teaspoon lemon juice
Dash of salt
2 tablespoon olive oil
Preheat the oven at 300 f. Toss all ingredients together, spread in a rimmed oven pan, put in preheated oven for 45 min. Every 15 min shake the grapes and turn the pan, continue until the skin soft cracked and the juices running.
Serve with your favorite cheeses and crackers.