granite is a Sicilian frozen dessert within the sorbet and gelato family. With a mixture of sugar, water, fruit and other ingredients, this dessert without baking has a coarse, crystal-like texture and refreshing taste that will quenches your thirst when it’s hot outside. While granitas may look like beautiful European snow cones, the recipe is so easy it will become your go-to frozen treat† If you’re looking for a new dessert to cool off, here are five mouthwatering granitas recipes to quench your thirst.
You’ll never look at rhubarb the same way after tasting this strawberry-rhubarb and lime granita. Start by cutting rhubarb into thin slices. Then add the chopped rhubarb, water and sugar to a saucepan over high heat and cook until the rhubarb becomes mushy. Once cooled, transfer the rhubarb mixture to a blender along with strawberries and lime juice. After mixing, pour the mixture through a sieve into a separate container. Pour the mixture into a bowl and put it in the freezer. Once frozen, scrape the granita with a fork. Finally, transfer the shavings to a bowl and garnish with white strawberry slices, coin leaves and citrus gems before serving.
Not only is this lime and mint watermelon granita beautiful and delicious, but it also only requires four ingredients. Make a first coin simple syrup by adding water and sugar to a saucepan, followed by mint and lime zest. Then bring to a boil. Then add . please watermelon cubes to a food processor and mix until smooth. Pour the watermelon puree into a bowl and combine it with lime juice and the simple mint syrup. Pour the mixture into a baking dish and place in the freezer for an hour. Scrape the mixture with a fork and refreeze for 30 minutes. Do this two more times until the consistency becomes fluffy. Then transfer to a serving platter and garnish with a lime twist.
You do not have to adhere to a vegan and gluten free diet to enjoy this melon granita. Start by adding chopped melon to a blender, followed by lime juice, lime zest and maple syrup† When it’s smooth, throw in some fresh mint and blitz again. Pour the mixture onto a baking tray lined with baking paper and place in the freezer. Once frozen, grab a fork and start scraping. Finally, transfer the granita to a serving bowl and garnish with a mint leaf.
Turn your leftovers over coffee into a delicious granita dessert. First brew a pot of instant coffee and add sugar. Let it cool, pour the coffee into a baking dish and put it in the freezer for 30 minutes. Scrape the granita with a fork. Then freeze again for 30 minutes. Repeat this step every half hour for three hours. Once crystalline and fluffy, transfer the granita to a serving bowl. Then garnish with a sweet caramel cream made from whipped cream and whipped cream. garnish with cinnamon†
Say “daddy-yes!” to this papaya granita recipe. Start adding verse papaya to a blender together with lime juice and sugar. Then blend until smooth and pour the mixture into a baking dish or reusable container before freezing. Once frozen, scrape the granita with a fork. Then transfer to a serving platter and enjoy!
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