I had never worked with Apple Balsamic vinegar before, I didn't even know it existed (even though I've been to Italy before and love traditional Balsa...
Nothing says summer faster than ice cream and strawberries, and this easy-to-pull-together dessert recipe will bring the season's flavors alive for you while also cooling you off a bit.
We love the bold flavors of apple Balsamic vinegar as it brings out the sweetness of the strawberries. If you're not familiar with this condiment, this will be a wonderful way to expand your tastebud's horizons. Aged much the same way as traditional Balsamic vinegar, and made with specific apple varieties, this vinegar will be a great addition to your pantry. Aren't you curious about making this dessert recipe for your loved ones? Hurry, ice cream awaits!
You will need to use a home or industrial ice cream maker to ripen or chill your ice cream for this particular recipe.
for 4 servings
Bring milk, cream and sugar to boil in heavy-bottomed medium sauce pan over medium heat. Stir occasionally. Once sugar has dissolved, remove from heat and allow mixture to cool. Once cooled thoroughly, add in yogurt and mix to blend.
Combine ingredients well, and once cooled through, pour blend into gelato maker. Follow instructions on ice cream maker for churning process, allowing ice cream to reach desired consistency.
Wash strawberries well, and remove green hulls. Chop strawberries (or any other seasonal berry you wish to include) coarsely, place into medium bowl.
Blend well with powdered sugar, and allow to macerate in refrigerator for at least one hour.
Once yogurt gelato is ready to be served, place into ice cream dish, and top with a heaping soup spoon of macerated fruit, adding a few drops of balsamic vinegar per serving.
tania Thursday 13th of August 2020
Chilled and perfect for summer dessert
I had never worked with Apple Balsamic vinegar before, I didn't even know it existed (even though I've been to Italy before and love traditional Balsamic), but having stumbled on this recipe and this ingredient, I am now hooked. It's just perfect with strawberries, and I've even tried it with blackberries and currants, and I have to say, I nailed it!