Sorbet is a wonderful dessert that will fill the winter tea party summer warmth and sun. In the basis of traditional dishes – mashed and chilled strawberries with sugar. To freeze this dessert and quite possibly yourself. Besides the excellent taste and stored since the summer of vitamins, natural sorbet successfully replace less useful store-bought ice cream.
How to cook
To prepare the sorbet will fit almost all varieties and strawberries. The berries must be washed thoroughly and be sure to dry. Chop the strawberries are best using a conventional grinder, then the pulp will remain juicy. But the blender or processor will turn the beautiful berries in shapeless muck, and out of them all the juice that would eventually become ice. In the softened fruits need to add sugar. Approximate proportion of 300-500 grams per kilogram of strawberries. But the amount of sugar depends on the type of berries: Continue reading
For people to not only keep warm in winter, but have fun a long time ago were invented hot alcoholic drinks. Actually alcohol in all of them, not so much the degree is small, but warm these drinks are much better than regular tea or coffee. However, in order not to order a cocktail that is not to your taste, it is better to
understand its components. For example, is different than the mulled wine punch and they are both from the Swedish Christmas drink? What drink was invented by the cunning French, and that will delight gourmets degrees higher?
Mulled wine. flaming wine, hot wine) . This is the most famous and popular of hot alcoholic drinks, which is prepared in the winter almost everywhere with a small national differences. Mulled wine is a red wine, boiled with sugar and spices; very often there Continue reading
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Summer – it’s time to light salads, refreshing drinks, and of course a refreshing ice-cream! For everyone who wants to know how to prepare homemade ice cream, we have prepared three simple recipes sorbet, ice cream and berry ice.
How to make homemade ice cream: mint ice cream with hazelnuts
70 g of milk powder
100 g sugar
100 g vanilla sugar powder
2 tbsp corn starch
50 ml peppermint liqueur
The cooking process
1. In a saucepan with a thick bottom mix milk powder, sugar, salt and vanilla sugar.
2. Pour 450 ml of milk, stir and bring to a boil over low heat.
3. In a separate bowl, mix 50 ml of milk with corn starch.
4. Pour a thin stream into the boiling milk mixture of starch and cook for a few minutes, until the consistency of thick jelly. Remove from heat, cool completely, stirring occasionally.
5. Mint puree blender.
6. Cream well chilled and whipped to lush peaks.
7. Whisk gently to mix the cream Continue reading