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Frozen strawberry parfait recipe

Frozen strawberry parfait

This frozen strawberry parfait is an elegant dessert that you can easily adapt to suit your taste by varying the flavours, by adding vanilla, black pepper, or rosewater. This was my favourite strawberry recipe from a few by Mary-Ellen McTague published earlier this month. Frozen strawberry parfait Serves four. 300g-400g strawberries, halved or quartered if large fruit Caster sugar (about […]

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One-minute strawberry ice cream

Homemade strawberry ice cream is delectable but labour intensive if you don’t have an ice cream maker. This ingenious Jamie Oliver recipe lets you create the most delicious strawberry ice cream* in just one minute. And if that weren’t good enough, it’s fat free. The recipe calls for frozen strawberries, which means you can stock […]

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Gooseberry elderflower compote with semifreddo

Gooseberry and elderflower compote with zabaglione semifreddo

Another delicious recipe from our friends at The Mistley Thorn, this creamy zabaglione semifreddo offsets the tart and floral gooseberry and elderflower compote to make a perfectly balanced dessert. Semifreddo is Italian for semi-frozen dessert. It can be made in advance and makes an impressive dinner party dessert. Serves 6 to 8 people. Zabaglione semifreddo Whisk together […]

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Blackcurrant ice cream

Simple fruit ice cream

We don’t like to have cream in the shop that’s skirting too close to its use-by date, so recipes like this are a great way to use it all up without having to eat it at once. Though, I must say, the ice cream is so delicious that its often eaten just as quickly! I […]

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Gooseberry ice cream

Gooseberry ice cream

This sweet and tart dessert can be made with either the green or red dessert gooseberries. Gently cook gooseberries with either the elderflower cordial or with very little water (just enough to cover the bottom of the pan), and add a little sugar to taste. When the berries are soft, puree them and leave to […]

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