Ah, frosé! It’s pink, it’s slushy, it’s wine and it’s fruit. It’s frozen rosé, aka fro-zay baby! This is the drink of the summer and it’s so easy to make in your Thermomix. (And if you’re watching this in a chilly hemisphere, it’s the drink to make you look forward to next summer!)
I have to apologise for two things in this short video. One is that I stole one of my kids lunch boxes to freeze the wine. SOZ! The other is that I make a really lame joke at the end of the video that I’m not sure anyone will get. I think it’s my version of a dad joke. Email me at [email protected] if you get it – this will make me feel better!
Time: 12 minutes + 10 hours freezing time
- 100 grams sugar
- 200 grams water
- 200 grams frozen strawberries
- 1 lemon, juiced
- 1 bottle rose, poured into a container and frozen overnight
1. Make a light sugar syrup by placing sugar and water into mixing bowl and heating for 4 min/100ºC/speed 1. Remove Thermomix lid and allow syrup to cool (approx. 5–10 minutes).
2. Add frozen rosé, frozen strawberries and lemon juice to mixing bowl. Blend 40 sec/speed 9.
Pour into glasses and enjoy immediately.
- Pre-prepare the sugar syrup and frozen wine and you’re just one minute away from Emergency Frosé.
- I’m a fan of Matilda’s Frozen Fruit. They don’t give me anything to say that but I like that their fruit is Australian-grown and snap frozen in facilities used only for fruit.
- Try spiking the Frosé with Cointreau or vodka if you’re feeling really racy.
Try serving Frosé with cubed melon sprinkled with Chilli & Lime Crumb.
Subscribers have access to more refreshing cocktails: there’s zesty Peach Margarita, fruity Watermelon Smash and Jesse Gerner’s aromatic Casa Daiquiri.
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