Sunday, October 12, 2008

Broiled Grapefruit


Some people think this sounds very strange. Well, it isn't. It is very tasty when you add sweet plus a little tart and add heat to it. When you add these things together... you get Broiled Grapefruit, and it is yummy for breakfast! I got it out of my Williams and Sonoma Breakfast and Brunch cookbook and I make it so often, I have that recipe memorized, that is how good it is.

Broiled Grapefruit

2 ruby red grapefruit
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 tsp cinnamon
4 Tbsp butter

Cut the grapefruit in half and then cut around the segments so they will spoon out easily. Melt butter and add the brown sugar and cinnamon to make somewhat of a paste. Put grapefruit halves in baking dish and top each with equal amounts of brown sugar mixture, spread it all over the top of grapefruit. Broil 4 inches from element for about 2-3 minutes or until brown sugar is bubbly and grapefruit is hot.

Notes:
- You can use other types of grapefruit, I just prefer ruby red grapefruit.
- You can adjust the recipe to make more grapefruit halves or fewer, just adjust accordingly.


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2 comments:

Sortin'ItAllOut said...

This actually sounds good. I think my kids would even go for it. Brown sugar makes everything yummy!

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anudivya said...

Pretty neat idea I must say... and what a lovely breakfast that would make!