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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.
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).
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/
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.