Redcurrant granité

Redcurrants with their tangy flavour are perfect for making granité. Their refreshing and sour character makes them ideal for use as part of a spoom.

Makes 1850g.

Redcurrant granité

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redcurrant coulis

Preparation method

  • Heat the sugar and water until the sugar dissolves.
  • Add the redcurrant coulis and stir well until it is mixed thoroughly.
  • Pour into a suitable shallow tray and put it in the freezer.
  • During the freezing process, use a fork to regularly scrape the mixture loose to create the granité’s distinctive structure.

Serving suggestions

  • Perfect as part of a spoom.
  • Delicious in a refreshing dessert with chamomile, meringue, and vanilla.
  • Use in combination with pistachio, roses, and pomegranate.

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