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Any one have a good recipe for grilled peaches ??

MemphisMemphis Posts: 144
edited 2:53PM in EggHead Forum
Peaches are looking Great !! Anyone have a good recipe ??


  • bobbybbobbyb Posts: 1,349
    Here's one:
    Date: Thu, 3 Aug 2006 11:01:17 EDT
    From: LovesFineWine@AOL.COM
    Subject: Another idea for grilled peaches[p]I love those grilled peaches with chocolate, but try this combination, it is


    Grilled Peaches with Blue Cheese

    4 large peaches, firm but ripe halved and pitted
    2 Tablespoons butter, melted
    2 Tablespoons blue cheese crumbled
    2 teaspoons honey warmed

    Preheat grill on high (or equivalent). Brush cut side of peaches with
    butter. Place on grill cut side down. Grill until golden brown and caramelized,
    about 2 minutes. Turn over and continue grilling until almost soft. Put peach
    halves on a platter, cut side up, place a teasooon of blue cheese in the center
    of each and drizzle with honey.

    Serves 8.[p]

  • bobbybbobbyb Posts: 1,349
    Here's another:
    Grilled Peaches with a Chunk of Bittersweet Chocolate and Vanilla
    Bean Ice Cream[p]Ingredients[p] 2 tablespoons Butter -- melted
    6 ripe Peaches -- halved and pitted
    6 1/2 ounces Bittersweet chocolate -- broken into 1/2oz pieces
    Vanilla Bean Ice Cream -- Your favorite[p]Instructions[p]1. Wipe off the grill to make a clean surface. When the grill is
    medium hot place the peaches directly on the grill, flesh side down.
    Cook for 3 to 5 minutes, or until peaches begin to brown slightly.
    Remove peaches and cover the grill surface with a large piece of
    aluminum foil.[p]2. Return peaches to the grill, flesh side up. Place a 1/2 ounce
    chunk of chocolate in the well of each peach half. Using a pastry
    brush, coat the peaches with the melted butter. Cover the grill and
    cook for 20 to 25 minutes, or until the peaches are soft and tender
    all the way through.[p]3. To prepare in the oven: Preheat the oven to 425F. Follow the
    direction in Step 2 for preparing peaches with chocolate and melted
    butter, and on a a baking sheet roast the peaches for 15 to 20 minutes.[p]4. To serve, place 2 peach halves in a shallow bowl and serve with a
    scoop of Vanilla Bean Ice cream.[p]Recipe Notes[p]I put my peaches on my grill pan to get the nice marks then into the
    oven with the butter and chocolate. I don't roast them quite as long
    as the recipe says but that will depend upon the ripeness of your

  • RichardRichard Posts: 698
    Memphis,[p]I like to take peach halves, bananas or pineapple slices or wedges, and make a slury of butter, coconut flakes and nuts chopped medium, mix with a liquer gran marnier, amaretto orange liquer or honey and grill until fruit is soft. 300-350 direct or indirect depends on set up at the time. Serve with ice cream whipped cream or whatever the mood is. Hot chocolate is good. I leave the bananas in the skin and slice the long way. The skin when cooked is good to eat.
  • MattMatt Posts: 103
    Memphis,[p]Halve them, skewer them, oil, S&P, then grill. Glaze with balsamic syrup and then top with some high-dollar blue cheese (Stilton is exceptional).[p]Or, on the savory side, skewer them with pieces of sausage and whole jalapenos and grill. Serve with a sweet-spicy-herbaceous vinaigrette.[p]Matt
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