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grilling peaches

Updated on March 6, 2012

I love grilling out and often when I grill, I like to place vegetables on the grill to go with the meat. And since the grills hot, why not add some fruit to have for desert. And of my favorite fruits are peaches. Grilled is one of my favorite ways (others than sliced and served Ala-mode) to eat peaches.. Grilling peaches is not really that hard, but they need to be firmly ripe as opposed to mellow (Ripe and almost over ripe). Select peaches that are somewhat firm and not soft or mushy. these are best for grilling.

To begin, slice the peaches in half and remove the pit. Make sure all the pieces of the pit are removed.

After you are finished grilling the meats and vegetables, place the peach halves flesh side down on the grill directly over the flames. the peach juice will caramelize and seal the juice in. Don't worry if the peach has a little scorching, it adds to the flavor, but don't allow them to burn. after only a few minutes, turn the peach over so the flesh (seared) side is face up. the "fuzzy:" side will not need to grill as long but you can decide how well you wan them cooked.

Serve the peaches right off the grill or you can place a scoop of Ice-cream on top and drissel with caramel syrup. Either way there's no wrong way to eat them, Enjoy


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    • must65gt profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago

      thanks phdast7,if you would like a new experience, give it a try. you might find Peaches or pineapple a new grilling favorite.

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      Theresa Ast 

      6 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

      Sounds and looks absolutely wonderful. What a great idea!

    • must65gt profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago

      lol Angela, I woke up this morning and realized I forgot pineapples, they are my wife's favorite. thanks for mentioning them, for taking time to read and commenting.

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      angela p 

      6 years ago from Richmond, Virginia

      Oh I love grilled peaches so much! Grilled pineapple is good too. Thanks for sharing.

    • must65gt profile imageAUTHOR


      6 years ago

      they really do taste great. we have them often, thanks for reading

    • Ardie profile image


      6 years ago from Neverland

      I've never thought about adding fruits to the grill for a dessert. I bet it gives the fruit a whole new taste! Thanks for the wonderful idea :)


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