This Cooking Recipe Creatively Subs in Fresh Grapes for Vegetables

By: Misel Saban - Nov 13, 2015
References: bromabakery & bromabakery
Fresh grapes aren't often a fruit one would see being baked and served as a side dish, but now the flavorful round fruits are being incorporated more frequently into savory meals with a newly adapted roasted texture. This recipe by Broma Bakery shares how to roast grapes to perfection in a seasoning of rosemary and spices.

While grapes are great fresh off the vine, they also taste delicious warmed up and better yet, roasted. This recipe creatively serves grapes with a new warm and caramelized texture thanks to cooking them in the oven with a marinated of salt, oil and rosemary. The grapes reduce in size in the oven while the casing becomes crispy and the interior softens. These roasted grapes can easily take the place of cranberries or other fruits alongside savory dishes.