Red grapes are one of the best sources of the antioxidant resveratrol, thought to be one of the main reasons that red wine drinkers tend to enjoy longer lives and better health. Red grapes are also highly versatile when it comes to culinary pursuits! Check out these recipes to learn a few new uses of red grapes.
1. Roasted Red Grapes with Honey and Thyme
Whether you use these in a dessert or serve them as part of your next cheese and fruit spread, these grapes are sure to wow your guests. Toss the grapes in olive oil, fresh thyme, salt, and pepper, and then roast at 400 degrees for just about twenty minutes.
When the grapes come out of the oven, drizzle them with honey and get ready to serve. For more detailed instruction, see the recipe page here.