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from Melbourne, Australia 3 Scoops of Raspberry or Wildberry Sorbet 1 Cup of Lemonade or Soda Water A Dash of Raspberry cordial Add lemonade and cordial first so you ensure that you don't overdo the cordial. Then add the Sorbet and either use a handheld mixer or use a blender to puree into a kind of slush. You can put it into a champagne glass to serve with a strawberry on the side or just enjoy as a nice cold drink. Note - For a fancy dessert add more sorbet to make a thicker consistency, and put in a decorative martini glass or dessert bowl.

Raspberry Refresher


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ethnicity: australian/south pacific
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(posted October 16, 2001)

from Melbourne,
Australia

3 Scoops of
Raspberry or Wildberry Sorbet
1 Cup of
Lemonade or Soda Water
A
Dash of Raspberry cordial

Add
lemonade and cordial first so you ensure that you don't overdo the cordial. Then add the Sorbet and either use a handheld mixer or use a blender to puree into a kind of slush. You can put it into a champagne glass to serve with a strawberry on the side or just enjoy as a nice cold drink.

Note - For a fancy dessert add more
sorbet to make a thicker consistency, and put in a decorative martini glass or dessert bowl.



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