Original recipe yields 5 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
A light, refreshing summer dessert. Great with whipped cream or without.
This is an excellent for a low fat, low sugar diet with a melody of taste sensations.
The fennel was so subtle that it had more visual and textural impact than flavor. Still, a nice, simple, elegant way to serve fresh fruit.
A definite hit. A wonderful lite end to any meal. I don't like raisins, so was leery of the red currants. They were fantastic in this dessert.
Really good, but I used raspberries, sweet cherries & blueberries. Instead of fennel, I used basil from my garden in one batch & mint & lavendar in another. Delicious! Even better if you cook...
Fabulous! This made for a simple yet elegant dessert and a perfect ending to a nice meal. It had a very wonderul combination of colors and flavors and was light and refreshing without being too...
This is very good, although not particularly special. Try it again when red currants are available.
This was really good and very easy. I couldn't find Fresh Currants so I bought dried, and then reconstituted them in 1 cup of dry sherry by simmering covered for 15 minutes. I substituted mint...