Campari Sorbetto (Intermezzo) from the Hags

"Sorbetto is a dessert -- intermezzo is a palate cleanser. This sharp-tasting ice is a bit of both, and highlights Italy's love of Campari and citrus flavours. Enjoy it between courses, or let it be a light touch to finish off an opulent and rich meal. The jovial and playful Bum Bag Hags created this Italian-type dish for the Zaar World Tour in mid-2008. Recipe can easily be halved."
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  • Mix together all ingredients until sugar dissolves.
  • Churn in an ice cream maker, according to manufacturer's instructions.

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  1. Rita1652
    You got me with Campari!! This is so refreshing clean and cooling. Brain freeze so take it slow. I decided to present this as I did my Recipe #83190, in a 1/2 of a frozen cleaned out grapefruit peel. Thank you!
  2. helowy
    Easy to make, beautiful to look at. The taste is very refreshing with a bit of a bitter chaser. Perfect to cleanse the palate between courses when you are having a fancy party.


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