This time of year, dozens of clusters of immature as well as purple grapes take over the outside wall of my garage. we cocktail them in to my kids lunches every day for weeks at the time as well as offer them again as an after-school snack. They also have an easy appetizer, set out in the flattering play with the hunk of great cheese. Inevitably, though, my familys capability to eat endless amounts of tender grapes starts to wane. Before we know it, the fruit is spilling out of my refrigerator as well as Im racking my brain to find new uses for it.Most recipes for grapes jellies, jams as well as desserts call for combining them with the lot of sugar. These uses also mostly dispense with the skins, which yield full of health fiber. Besides containing fiber, grapes have been an glorious source of antioxidants known as polyphenols, which have been compared with the reduced risk for building several types of cancers.To keep all which full of health goodness, it was time to think beyond dessert. Thats when we came upon the thought of roasting grapes to have tasty compote. Bonus: That would help me hide grapes in to dinner too.Roasting grapes at tall feverishness intensifies both their flavor as well as sweetness. For balance, we brew them with the little balsamic vinegar, some red onion as well as the couple of sprigs of rosemary an herb which grows only the couple of feet away from my wall of grapes. After they cook for twenty mins in the oven, Ive got the tasty topping for any type of meat. In this recipe, Ive paired the compote with sauteed boneless, skinless chicken, which is low in saturated fat as well as an glorious source of protein, but this compote would also be the great match for pork tenderloin or duck sausage. Leftover roasted grapes have been tasty spooned onto rye crackers widespread with goat cheese or ricotta cheese lunch for the adult set.Sauteed Chicken with Roasted Grapes as well as OnionsServes 41 pound churned tiny red as well as immature grapes (halved, if large)1 tiny red onion, quartered lengthwise as well as cut crosswise in to 1/4-inch pieces4 sprigs rosemary, as well as extra, for garnish2 tablespoons olive oil2 teaspoons balsamic vinegarCoarse salt as well as belligerent pepper1 1/2 pounds weak skinless duck breasts1/2 cup dry white wine1 tablespoon cold butterPreheat oven to 450 degrees F. On the rimmed baking sheet, toss grapes as well as onion with rosemary sprigs, 2 teaspoons oil, balsamic vinegar, 1/8 teaspoon salt as well as 1/4 teaspoon pepper. Roast twenty to 25 minutes, branch once halfway by baking time.Meanwhile, cut duck breasts in half horizontally. Place meat between two sheets of cosmetic wrap. Pound with the well-spoken side of the mallet until meat is about 1/4 to 1/2 inch thick. Season with 1/4 teaspoon salt as well as 1/4 teaspoon pepper.In the large nonstick skillet, feverishness superfluous 4 teaspoons oil over medium-high heat. Cook duck until golden-brown as well as cooked through, 3 to 4 mins per side. Remove as well as keep warm.Add wine to skillet; cook over tall feverishness until reduced by three-quarters, about 2 minutes. Remove from heat; let cool 1 minute. Add butter; whirl until butter is melted, about thirty seconds. Spoon sauce onto plates; tip with chicken. Serve duck surfaced with roasted grapes as well as red onions. Garnish with additional rosemary as well as offer immediately.Per serving: Calories 432; Fat 15 g (Saturated 4 g); Cholesterol 132 mg; Sodium 955 mg; Carbohydrate thirty g; Fiber 3 g; Sugars twenty-two g; Protein 40 gAbigail Chipley is the freelance recipe developer, bard as well as cooking clergyman who lives in Portland, Ore.