How to Sugar Frost Grapes

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Sugar frost grapes require you to first start with the proper kind of grape for this process. Learn how to sugar frost grapes with help from a personal chef in this free video clip.

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My name is Chef Melinda, and this is how to sugar frost grapes. First of all, you’ve got to get the right type of grape. I recommend that you use the darkest color grape you can find. I know there’s one darker than this, and it has to be seedless, too. There is one darker than this, so, but this is pretty dark. And, here’s another type over here, it’s a little bit redder. But, this one will look prettier. You’ll see. So, what you do is, I ended up – the original recipe that I found was with egg white, and so, nowadays you can go to the supermarket and buy pasteurized egg whites. So, you don’t have to worry about salmonella poisoning or anything hurting anyone or getting anyone sick. So, that’s what this is. I bought this at the supermarket in a little container. Found it in the dairy department. So, that’s the first thing. Second thing, you’re going to need regular old sugar, and what I did is I went ahead and I found some sprinkles that usually go on cookies or whatever during the holiday times. And, as you see, it’s white like regular sugar. So, I combine the two, do this one more time. It’s a very simple thing to do. Okay, so, now I’m going to put it in here, and this is pretty much it. I’ve got my combination regular sugar and my sprinkles. So, it will stick on here, and it will look like it’s frosted with ice. Really pretty, nice presentation. Whoops! And then, you just put it – let me put a little more sugar on this one – you just put it into a sheet pan just like this one, with a rack, and the reason why you do that is because if you place it directly onto an aluminum sheet like what’s under here, they may stick. So, what happens is they dry out, and when they’re all dry, ready to go. And, don’t put them in the refrigerator, because what happens with sugar when you put it the refrigerator, it liquefies. So, you have to leave it out at room temperature, and you end up with this. So, this is Chef Melinda, and this is how to sugar frost grapes.


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