Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream

Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream

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We're going to make a scroppino! The spelling can sometimes differ because in Italy sgroppino is used with a G. The name Sgroppino is derived from the Venetian word 'desgropante'. The word “grop” means knot, and thus refers to “untie a knot”. Or freshen your throat for the next course. We refresh this by using lemon sorbet ice cream. You actually drink this Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream between courses during your (Christmas) dinner. A scroppino recipe.

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We serve this scroppino recipe in beautiful flutes.

But it can also be enjoyed with dessert. This scroppino recipe takes just a few minutes, meaning you won't have to be away from the table for very long. Moreover, you can impress your guests with this refreshing drink. The combination of sparkling wine, vodka and lemon sorbet gives the scroppino a delicious taste. Serve it in elegant glasses for an extra touch of sophistication. So what are you waiting for?

Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream
Serve with a nice curl of lemon on the glass.

Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream

Scroppino recipe, or sgroppino recipe, however you want to write it it's simple, delicious and really refreshing! Again a beautiful Italian recipe that excels in simplicity. You only need a few ingredients for this Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream. In addition, it is also made very easy. In Italy they sometimes make it with grappa instead of prosecco.

Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream

Here you will find the complete recipe with all the ingredients you need. I hope you have fun preparing the dish below.

Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream

Italian scroppino with lemon sorbet ice cream

This typical Italian drink is drunk between the different courses, but can also be served as a dessert!

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Hallway: side dish
Kitchen: Italian
Keyword: lemon sorbet, prosecco, vodka
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Total time: 10 minutes
Servings: 4 people
calories: 152kcal
Author: Francine
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Ingredients:

  • 300 gram lemon sorbet
  • 45 ml vodka
  • 200 ml prosecco
  • 1 citroen

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And this is how you make it:

  • Put your glasses and vodka in the fridge before making the scroppino's.
  • Grab a bowl and put all the ingredients in it.
  • With your hand mixer, mix everything and pour it into the cold glasses.
  • Serve with a curl or slice of lemon on the glass.
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