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First there was the Baked Feta Pasta Recipe that triggered a feta shortage, and now there’s a new viral pasta recipe that’s taking social media by storm – Grape, Pasta And Cheese Pasta. Are you game to try it?

I’ll be the first to admit, I love an easy, throw-together recipes that requires little washing up. And I don’t think I’m alone, which is why the Baked Feta Recipe was such a winner. Oh, and it tastes amazing!

But the jury is still out on the latest throw-together dish, Grape and Brie Pasta. This dish is a twist on the original baked feta pasta, but includes a couple of gnarly ingredients. TikTokers, The Shaba Kitchen, shared the recipe – which includes throwing grapes, walnuts and wheels of brie together to make a unique pasta sauce.

Here’s a look at the ingredients:

  • 1x Bag Grapes
  • 2x Wheels of Brie Cheese
  • 1 tsp Black Pepper
  • 1 tsp Salt
  • 1 tbsp Olive Oil
  • Handful of walnuts
  • 2 tbsp Honey
  • 2 tsp Thyme
  • 3 Cups of Pasta
  • Handful of Parmesan

The grapes, cheese, olive oil, salt and pepper and put into a baking dish and baked for 25 minutes. The baked grapes and brie are then topped with honey and thyme and mixed. Then the pasta is added, topped with parmesan and baked again for a couple of minutes.

Here’s a look at how it’s made:

@theshabakitchenThe grape pasta hack that’s breaking the internet! ????????♬ original sound – The Shaba Kitchen

Judging by the comments, people aren’t quite sure what to make of this recipe. Is it satire, or is a genuine dish?

“I’m actually nauseous from the thought of biting into a hot grape,” commented Nathan.

“Maybe the recipe meant grape tomatoes??” added Zoe.

So far the recipe has had more than three million views – but we’re not sure if anyone else has actually tried it.

Would you give this recipe a go? Let us know in the comments!

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  • I can understand the hype.. I love pasta, cheese and grapes. Might not make it myself but would give it a go if someone else did.

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  • I’d be a little worried the grapes would explode like they do in a microwave!

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  • I am not sure of this dish.

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  • I’ve heard of this hack recipe but never made it or tried it…yet!

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  • Grapes I adore and eat constantly whilst in season. But baked grapes not so sure.

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  • I love grapes but have never cooked them.

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  • am in two minds about this one as I know cheese and grapes and nuts o well together, but don’t really like the idea of baked grapes.

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  • Nah, I think I draw the line at fruit in my hot food. There’s very few times when I would find this acceptable and this is not one of them.

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  • Yeah, nah. Grapes alone is the only go for me.

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  • Umm think I’ll pass. I love grapes and cheese but this mix just doesn’t sit well with me. Just don’t think I could do it lol

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  • Hm definitely not for me. Not two ingredients id eat at the same time

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  • Grapes and cheese – I don’t think so. Handful of walnuts, tbsp Honey, and a tsp of Thyme not sure about those ingredients either.

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  • I’m afraid this doesn’t appeal to me. Cheese and grapes is a lovely combination, but baked grapes ?!

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  • I get the grape and cheese combo, but I prefer my grapes cold abd juicy

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  • This doesn’t sound appealing to me either. The combination of grapes and cheese is good, but baked grapes ??

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