Peaches are absolutely delicious and perfect for picnics, especially when they’re grilled. They go great as a side dish to a smokey meat or can be served as a dessert–with or without homemade vanilla ice cream! The balsamic dressing is very light and offers a hint of mint.
This is a perfect side-dish, snack or dessert if you’re at a picnic or barbecue! The sweetness of the fruit becomes much more prevalent when heated, and the tangy balsamic vinaigrette adds a second level of flavorings that make this dish so popular. Quick and easy, just mix the dressing while the peaches are on the grill. If you like, put a little vanilla ice cream on the side!
Peaches and pecans just seem to go well together, naturally, so sprinkle a few pecan slices over your grilled peaches and watch your guests devour!
Sweet peaches grilled and tossed in a delicious balsamic vinaigrette.
- 4 peaches
- 4 tablespoons raspberry balsamic vinaigrette
- 1 tablspoon sugar
- 1/2 teaspoon crushed mint dried
- 1/2 cup chopped pecans
- pinch of salt
Cut peaches in half; core out seed
Place peaches cut-side down on grill and in indirect heat for 15 minutes
Turn peach halves over and cook peach skin until it softens
Combine raspberry vinaigrette, sugar, mint and salt in a bowl; combine well
Remove warm peaches from grill and place in a large bowl; pour vinaigrette mixture over warm peaches; toss peaches until all are coated
Plate peaches and sprinkle crushed pecans over them
- The heat of the grill really brings out the natural peach flavor!
- This dish holds up well at picnics and goes great with grilled meats, or as a dessert
- You might want to bring out a big tub of vanilla ice cream, too!
Peaches can be cut into halves or slices. Either way, you want the flesh of the peach to warm so the natural juices of the grilled peach are released. Serve grilled peaches as a side dish or dessert–either way, your guests will love the flavor of this dish!