Recipe courtesy of Wolfgang Puck
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3 hr 10 min
3 hr 10 min
6 servings



Add sugar and lemon to melon or watermelon juice, to correct flavor. Add liqueur.

Pour mixture into shallow hotel pans to a depth of approximately 1/4-inch. Place in freezer. (If you pour any deeper, ice crystals will not form properly).

When you see a layer of ice on the surface, scrape to break it up and put pan back in freezer. Continue this process until completely frozen. Final product should look like sequins.

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