This Mixed Berry Nieve originated from Thomasina Miers Cookbook “Wahaca – Mexican Food at Home” which is one of my favourite cookbook. I know this because the pages are covered in bits of food from when I am cooking.
Nieve to me is a version of sorbet but it is so much simpler to make.
The recipe was called Summer fruit nieve, and it has Tequila in it!! what is not to love! In the summer of this year Emj really wanted to try this sorbet but as it has Tequila in, we could not give it to her. So I made her some without Tequila and me being as lazy as I am decided to use mix frozen summer fruit. Our freezer has never been without this sour and sweet ice cold treat since.
This recipe is great for all occasions. Apart from being Emj’s favourite dessert I have served it as a refresher between course (with Tequila pour over it) or by adding meringue and cream and served it as dessert, my take on Eton mess. I have even drop a scoop into a glass of procsecco, perfect cocktails. The possibilities are endless.
This recipe is so easy and you can make it in no time at all, oh did I mention that there is no churning.
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