Saturday, 4 January 2014

Preparation and serving method

Preparation and serving method

grape-juice
Grape juice is a delicious juice drink.
Photo: Mai Le

Just before eating, wash the whole bunch to remove any pesticide residues and dust by rinsing in cold-water for several minutes. Place then in fresh cold water and gently swish them around few times. Pat dry using a soft cloth.
If you are not going to consume the whole bunch at one go, then separate it into small clusters using scissors. This way, you can keep the remaining fruit fresher by preventing the stem from drying out.
Although, its seeds are rich in nutrients, seedless grapes make recipes much more pleasant to eat.
Here are some serving tips;
  • Enjoy them as they are without any additions.

  • Add seedless berries in fruit/vegetable salads with peachpeartomato, lettuce, apricot , berries,currantsapple, pineapple etc.

  • Dry grapes (raisin, currant, and sultana) are being used in confectionary, puddings, cakes, muffins, bread, etc.

  • The fruit can also be used by food industry for the preparation of jams, jellies, juice and wine.

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