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Home » Food » Dessert » Peche Granita
Peche Granita
By Peter Sheppard, The New Fermenting Gourmet

A light frozen crisp sweet peachy treat using Lindeman's Peche to drive the peach flavors

Ingredients
Overripe Peaches, peeled, stoned and sliced
8 ozPeche Lambic (e.g. Lindemans)
4 tbspOrange Blossom Honey
4 tbsp Turbinado Sugar
1/2 cup strong Limeade
Garnish
-Peche Lambic (to drizzle over finished granita)

Place all ingredients, except the last one, into a large Cuisinart bowl with the blade attachment.

Cover and blend to a puree.

Pour into a large flat freezer proof plastic container.

Cover and place into the freezer overnight, or until frozen solid.

When ready to serve, take a fork and scrape the top of the granitá from back to front forming a pile of shaved ice, until a 2 ounce serving is formed.

Using a spoon, transfer the ice shavings into a wineglass and drizzle 1 Tbl of chilled péche lambic over the top to reconstitute.

Serve at once! ENJOY!


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