TASTY FROSÉ RECIPE- HOW TO MAKE YOUR VERY OWN AT HOME!
I’ve been all around Sydney over the past few months and the latest drink sensation is Frosé. After enjoying the latest drink trend, I decided it was time to make my own recipe at home. I absolutely love Frosé, it’s light and refreshing, it’s simple and easy to make and it’s great for entertaining!
When you are purchasing a rosé, make sure to find one with some colour and a fruity flavour. Since it will be the basis for your Frosé recipe, it’s important to find something nice. I found Truvée Rose at my local bottle shop which worked perfectly.
Here is how I make my very own, home made Frosé recipe.
Bottle Truvée Rosé
1-2 punnets strawberries
The juice of 1 small lemon
1/2 cup sugar. For the health conscious like me, go with 3 punnets of strawberries and 1/4 cup sugar
Mint to serve
- Pour the entire contents of the Truvée Rosé into a freezer safe container and leave to set in the freezer for at least 6 hours.
- Clean and chop the fruit that you are going to use for your recipe. My personal preference is strawberries, but you can experiment with raspberries or watermelon. For the recipe you are going to need at least 1 punnet of strawberries, but if you want to sweeten the drink naturally, then increase the fruit content and reduce the sugar.
- Bring the sugar and a half a cup of water to the boil and and stir constantly until the sugar dissolves. This should only take a minute or two. Turn off the heat and allow to cool.
- Add your chopped strawberries to the mix and allow to sit for 30 minutes.
- Add the mix of strawberries and sugar water to the blender and mix until smooth. I like to leave the pulp of the strawberry in the mixture rather than straining it out. I find you get a deeper colour and you also retain the nutrients of the strawberries.
- Add the strawberry mix to the freezer and leave for at least 6 hours.
- After both your mixes have set add to the blender with your lemon juice.
- You can either serve immediately or transfer back into the freezer to serve at a later time. Use your mint to garnish.
TASTY FROSÉ RECIPE- FROZEN ROSÉ WRITTEN BY MELANIE DUCA