Top Rated Grape Recipes

The Fizzy Grape Recipe
Tickle your taste buds with this fizzy and fruity cocktail featuring muddled fresh red and green grapes and Barefoot Moscato Spumante.
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This combination of crisp, juicy red grapes, and tangy feta is a winner. Ham lovers can add a garnish of thin strips of prosciutto. Click here to see In Season: Grapes Recipes
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Chef Sean McPaul of Talula's Garden in Philadelphia likes to grill his grapes with wood chips, because he finds that it gives them a unique, smoky flavor. Grilling grapes whole allows them to take on the smoke better, and helps keep them intact while cooking. He serves his grilled grapes with a creamy burrata and grilled bread for a dish that plays on both flavor and texture to excite your taste buds.   Click here to see Tips for Grilling Summer Fruits
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Grape Glazed Carrots
This recipe is a great way to spruce up an otherwise boring side dish of carrots. Sweet and savory collide with the tang of the grape juice to create an exciting and unique flavor profile.
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Tangy Grape BBQ Meatballs
Little meatballs are everyone's favorite! Serve these as a party appetizer or for a buffet, or spoon them over brown rice for dinner.
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This very tender, flavorful cake features juicy baked grapes and a splash of olive oil. Serve it as a breakfast, brunch, or tea cake, or top it with a dollop of sweetened whipped cream for a sophisticated dessert. Click here to see In Season: Grapes Recipes
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Grape and Ricotta Pita Pizzas
"Pizza" doesn't get any easier than this. Using whole-wheat pita bread as the base cuts down on prep work and also gives a nutritional boost to this dish over pizza made with processed white flour. Ricotta, sweet grapes, and honey lend a savory-sweet contrast to each bite. Click here to see Grapes: They're Good for Your Heart (and Head). Click here to see 11 Nutritious, Kid-Friendly Finger Foods.
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Another grapefruit cocktail to add to the New Year's Day brunch; this cocktail is made at Beachside Restaurant and Bar in Marina del Rey, Calif., by Rob Cochlin.
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Add a touch of elegance to your next outdoor gathering with these distinctively flavored grapes. Makes a superb appetizer or an impressive garnish for green salads topped with blue cheese dressing. Click here to see In Season: Grapes Recipes
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Concord grapes are so sweet and juicy that they seem to explode in your mouth. Using the juice to make an icy granita is one of my favorite ways to enjoy this superfood. The addition of lime provides a nice tart flavor to balance out some of the sweetness. The fresh mint infused into the syrup and the sprinkle of salt gives it a bit of finesse and makes this light dessert even more refreshing. This is a perfect recipe for splurging on a high-quality sea salt like fleur de sel — sprinkled over the granita just before serving will give it a burst of flavor, visual appeal, and even texture.   Recipe courtesy of Kitchen Confidence by Kelsey Nixon   Click here to see How to Make Healthy Frozen Treats at Home
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Drizzle this dressing over simple fresh greens, or use it for everything from chopped chicken salad to steamed vegetables. Click here to see In Season: Grapes Recipes
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Stuffed Grape Leaves
I’ve been eating stuffed grape leaves by the can since I was a kid – my mom used to pack them in my lunchbox, much to the outspoken skepticism of my Fluffernutter-eating peers. The best part about making these yourself is there’s no way to just make a dozen or two. A jar of grape leaves contains about 40, so it’s dolma mass-production no matter how many people you’re feeding. Click here to see 9 Divine Greek Recipes.
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