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2 hrs 20 mins
Recently on holidays, we dined at "Salt" Luke Mangan's restaurant. A friend told me before we went I had to try the licorice parfait dessert which is on the menu, but as I never been too keen on licorice I agreed but thought "yeh right it will be chocolate or nothing for me.......lol BUT when it came time for dessert.......... I decided to try it for something different, and ordered it on impulse.................. and I am so pleased I did.... So creamy with an lamost ice cream like consistency, and the flavour's were just wonderful togehter, not too heavy in licorice at all, the added lime compliment's the licorice so perfectly, the textures and flavours just blend so well together. I have found the recipe and made it, which I think is exactly ( well... so very, very close) as what I had at the restaurant. Note-- I am one to often make small changes in a recipe BUT ......Do not leave out the Lime...It may sound funny, but the lime and licorice compliment each other so well, it just would not be the same experience without it. I used small segments of lime the same as the restaurant, and topped each with a rolled wafer biscuit, I also chose a soft supermarket licorice to start with, but next time I will look for a fresher licorice. Hope this changes your idea of licorice as it did mine!
Units: US | Metric
Serving Size: 1 (174 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
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