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I was looking for an unusual starter and stumbled upon this gem or a recipe. I omitted the grapes and baked the yoghurt "cheesecake" using 600ml plain yoghurt, 4 eggs and 4 T cornflour for 1 hour at 300F. After cooling off to just warmer than room temperature I sliced the pie into wedges and served with a generous dollop of salsa. Wow! Everyone wanted the recipe!! Thanks for sharing a simple yet delicious recipe.

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Bokenpop aka Madeleine July 30, 2009

Mmm, the DELICIOUSNESS of this has me rendered speechless! Its such a wonderful and new way to eat grapes (at least for me)! :) They take on a totally new flavour due to the baking and when you bite into them its a very unique taste (some parts reminded me of cherries, some of apples, others of lemon). The vanilla complements the grape flavour perfectly, I think Ill add some more next time. I made the custard version as I couldnt find honey yoghurt and also didnt sprinkle with sugar as my grapes were really sweet! This is such a wonderful treat that I will surely make often again! Thanks so much for sharing this unique way of eating grapes with us, bluemoon! Made and reviewed for Newest Zaar Tag July 09 (24h rule).

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Lalaloula July 24, 2009

This was a custardy pudding. I have to say that it somehow did not look appealing, but it did taste good. I did not sprinkle on the brown sugar, as I thought it was quite sweet enough. I also used vanilla yogurt, as no honey yogurt. Nice way to get more calcium in the diet/

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duonyte March 19, 2009

this was a very interesting pudding type of dessert. i used vanilla yogurt as honey isn't available here but i did add a tsp honey too. tasted very nice warm, and was good chilled the next day too.

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chia April 05, 2006
Grape & Yoghurt Bake