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Raspberry Aspicwith Lemon and Prosecco

Raspberry Aspic - Raspberry Aspic - A sparkling fruity dessert - simple, but impressive
Raspberry Aspic - A sparkling fruity dessert - simple, but impressive


Calories:182 kcal
Preparation:40 min
Ready in:280 min
1 serving contains (Percentage of daily recommendation)
Calories182 kcal(9%)
Protein5 g(10%)
Fat0 g(0%)
Carbohydrates18 g(7%)
Added Sugar8 g(9%)
Roughage7 g(23%)

Recipe Development: EAT SMARTER


For servings

12 sheetswhite Gelatin
4 sprigsLemon balm
1 ½ poundsRaspberries
1 ½ pintsProsecco or lighter grape juice
2 ouncesCane sugar

Kitchen Utensils

1 Pot, 1 Casserole dish, 1 Bowl, 1 Small bowl, 1 Measuring cups, 1 Cutting board, 1 Large knife, 1 Tablespoon, 1 Fine grater, 1 Plastic wrap, 1 Citrus juicer


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1 Add cold water to gelatine, allow to set for at least 5 minutes.
2 Line a 1.2 l terrine mold or bowl with plastic wrap.
3 Rinse, dry and finely zest a lemon. Squeeze and juice a lemon.
4 Rinse and pat dry lemon balm; cut into fine strips.
5 Gently toss raspberries with lemon zest and lemon balm.
6 Place raspberry mixture into mold.
7 Stir together Prosecco with lemon juice.
8 Add Prosecco and lemon mixture into saucepan with sugar, bring to a boil reducing to 100 ml (approximately 1/2 cup) of syrup.
9 Remove saucepan from the heat and dissolve the gelatin into the hot syrup.
10 Stir gelatin mixture into remaining Prosecco.
11 Pour liquid into the mold. Tap on work surface a couple of times to settle the mixture.  Allow aspic to chill for about 4 hours.
12 Briefly submerge mold in hot water to loosen the the outer edges. Turn mold over to release aspic, remove plastic wrap and use a warm knife to cut into slices. Lemon sorbet makes a nice accompaniment to this dessert.


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