These Red Wine Roasted Potatoes With Grapes are the ultimate festive side dish. They pack so much juicy flavor and can complement almost any meal!
I like serving these potatoes with my crispy tofu bites, together with my chickpea broad bean salad for a complete nutritious meal.
Now, these Roasted Potatoes are super easy to make, they are crispy, delicious and do not need a lot of ingredients to make! I like to serve them as a side, but most of the time, I just eat them straight out the pan!
The grapes are a wonderful addition here because they literally burst into flavor and juiciness right when you bite into them!
The secret to this recipe is red wine and a touch of festive spice! – Yep, a very adult potato recipe haha.
Serve these potatoes together with your favorite protein and veggie of choice for a complete meal!
Do you have a go-to side dish?
For us, it’s always been potatoes. We love them in just about every form!
Potato wedges, mashed potatoes… you name it. but, but, these crispy potatoes recipes are our new favorite now, especially because it’s getting very festive here!
My second most favorite are these delicious crispy thyme roasted potatoes – check ’em out!
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Red Wine Roasted Potatoes With Grapes
- 8 cups/1kg of white potatoes any will do
- 2 medium-sized onions - halved and sliced
- 2 tbsp of olive oil
- 2 cups/300g of grapes
- 1/3 cup/75ml of red wine
- 2 tsp of fresh or dried thyme
- 4 large bay leaves torn into pieces
- 2- star anises
- 1 tsp of sea salt
- Black pepper
- Preheat the oven to 375F/190C/170C Fan/Gas 5.
- Scrub the potatoes, but do not peel them. Cut them into large bite-sized chunks and put them onto a baking dish. Add the thyme, and the sliced onions on top and drizzle the onion, salt, and black pepper. Mix well, and bake in the oven for 20 minutes.
- Take the tray out of the oven, and drizzle the wine, followed by the grapes, bay leaves, and star anises.
- Mix well, and bake for another 20-30 minutes, until golden.
- Stir once more, to make sure all the juices and flavors are combined well. And serve.
Use root vegetables such as carrots, swede, parsnips for a variation.
You can swap the grapes for apple chunks.