Recipe courtesy Nigella Lawson(Copyright 2007, Nigella Express, Hyperion, All Rights Reserved)
Show: Nigella ExpressEpisode: Holiday Snaps
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Put the cream and advocaat in a bowl. Using an electric whisk, whip until thick but still soft. Serve with a holiday hotcake, or indeed any festive pudding.
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on December 20, 2010
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It's bad enough that people will rate recipes they've never even made ("Looks yummy - must try it" or haven't actually made according to the recipe ("Didn't have puff pastry so substituted tomato soup" but now people are applying star ratings on the basis of whether it was the recipe they are looking for?? ("Couldn't get the wax out of my ears therefore will give this unrelated recipe a bad rating". Of COURSE she said "Advocaat" -- that's what this recipe says. What is WRONG with you people?
on November 23, 2008
I agree with the previous review - this is not the correct recipe. I did some digging and found with what I think she was actually making...it sounded like she was saying "apricot" but it was "Advocaat Liqueur". Here's what I found:
2/3 Sprite or other lime soda (what Nigella was calling "lemonade" - love the English words!
The recipe I found also says you can rub the edge of your glass with a lemon and then dip it in sugar for a "snowy" look.
on November 22, 2008
This wasn't the drink Nigella made, which was a Snowball. It was some kind of apricot liquer and lemon seltzer.
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