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Strawberries, fig leaf vinegar, fresh basil and whipped cream

Prep 20 minutesCooking 04 people

Add some meringues to this and what a delicious eaton mess you have. If you can get your hands on some fresh figs, use some of those too. Almonds would work really well here too.

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Dessert Recipes

30 minute or less

Summer Recipes

Vegetarian Recipes

Vinegars

Easy

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Ingredients

400gr strawberries, hulled and halved

2tbsp Belazu Fig Leaf Vinegar

2tbsp caster sugar

Pinch of salt

450ml double cream

50gr shelled and toasted pistachios, chopped

1 small bunch of fresh basil

Instructions

  1. Mix the strawberries with the fig leaf vinegar, caster sugar and salt in a bowl and leave to sit for 10 minutes or so to allow the natural juices of the strawberries to be extracted.
  2. In the meantime, whip the double cream until soft peaks are formed, either by hand or using a mixer.
  3. Spread the double cream in a big serving dish, top with the strawberries and all the juices, sprinkle the chopped pistachios and finish with torn fresh basil leaves.

Included in this Recipe

Fig Leaf Vinegar

Fig Leaf Vinegar

Locally produced Cabernet Sauvignon wine vinegar is carefully aged in oak barrels, ideal for dressings and desserts.