"This is a very simple, yet delicious end to a grilled meal. Peaches are grilled with a balsamic glaze, then served up with crumbled blue cheese. A sophisticated, yet extremely simple recipe. Perfect for summer entertaining!" — Karen
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freshly ground black peppercorns
fresh peaches with peel, halved and pitted
2 1/2 ounces
blue cheese, crumbled
Now your griiling! Desert on the grill is awesome and this is simply delicious. I went a step further. When plating the peaches, I used grilled pineapple slices as as base for the peach halves and fresh cilantro as garnish. The peach rests nicely in the cavity from the cored pineapple.
Very interesting blend of favors. I liked this, but my boyfriend seemed a little iffy about it. All we could tell his roommate was that it was good....but odd. Overall good taste, but not something I'd make very often, if even again.
This dish had a very interesting but delicious taste! I actually prepared this in a 350 degree oven for about 10 minutes. I turned the peaches over, cooked them for about 5 minutes more, then drizzled the sauce over the peaches added the blue cheese and broiled them until the sauce began to bubble. I believe the flavors tasted much better after they cooled and sat for about 10 minutes. Great Recipe!
check the sugar content against the peaches you use. You may need to add more for tart peaches
This was excellent. Thanks to JDVMD, rather than use this as a dessert, I served it with lamb chops cooked on the grill. I had only small peaches so for the two of us I used two whole peaches. One caveat - the recipe makes way too much glaze. I hate to waste Balsamic vinegar - next time I'll make half the amount of glaze. My husband and I really enjoyed the flavor. As another reviewer did, I baked the peaches further after sprinkling on the bleu cheese. Kind of melds the flavors. I will definitely make this again for ourselves and for company. Will even try it with fresh pears as another reviewer suggested. Thanks for the recipe.
Simple to prepare, attractive presentation with an excellent and different blending of tastes and textures.
It was delicious and easy to make! I loved the blue cheese my wife did not, in the case of a non blue cheese fan I may substitute cream cheese.
I love this recipe. I used port instead of the basalmic, because I didn't want to use up that much basalmic. It was tasty! They MUST be eaten right off the grill though. Went to munch on one later that night and it was YUCKY!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 47
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