Recipe by Shay
"This colorful drink will brighten up any party. Lemon-lime soda can be substituted for the Prosecco for a non-alcoholic version."
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Prosecco (Italian sparkling wine)
YUM. It really is good. I love prosecco but didn't have any on hand. Used a brut champagne and loved it. Lemon zest is a must.
I thought this had a nice refreshing flavor. It kind of reminded me of a lighter more citrusy version of a sangria. At first I wasn't going to add the lemon rind, but am glad I did after reading the one review. It is neccessary! I used the finest grater I had and just added some to taste. For the wine, I used sparkling Moscato. I also made 1/2 recipe no problem. It actually made enough for one drink. The only problem I have is with the color. It is like a non-clear dark grapefruit looking color. The taste, though, outweighs that.
We've made this a couple of times for dinner parties, and it's a total hit. Everyone always asks us what's in it; it's so simple to make that it kind of feels like cheating. Last time we made it we used sparkling rosé, which was also delicious.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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