Next time you have friends over, surprise them with these delightful roasted grapes as a snack with cheese and crackers. They are sweet and salty (one of Michelle's favourite flavour combinations), juicy and crunchy.
It goes great with bruschetta and cheese when friend drop in unexpectedly, but you can also serve it cold in a salad or warm with a Sunday roast.
Punnet of grapes (300-500g)
Sea salt flakes
- Place the punnet of grapes, stems and all, in an ovenproof dish. Lightly drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with a teaspoon of sea salt flakes
- Bake at 180 degrees Celsius for 30-50 minutes, depending on the grape variety - you want the sugars in the grape to caramelise.
- Remove from the oven and let it cool to room temperature. Sprinkle a little more salt to taste before serving.
Oven-roasted grapes are a divine crowd pleaser when combined with homemade ricotta and freshly made bruschetta.
At their #TuttiFruttiPopup, the girls from Weekend Eatery combined roasted grapes with sweet potato, and we couldn't stop sneaking one bite after another.
A traveller and foodie at heart, Frederika loves to recreate and combine the dishes she's discovered in her travels. Her favourite dishes include ramen, mac & cheese, confit de canard, and a plate of fresh carbonara.