Find amazing and healthy recipes at kulinarian.com
Limoncello Liquore Creme
Limoncello is one of my favourite liquors, and with a tree abundant with lemons and an offering of grappa, it was the perfect time to make this tantalising drink.
Prep Time: 00:10
Cook Time: 00:05
250 milliliter pure grain alcohol-see notes
500 milliliter uht milk
300 gram white sugar
1Peel lemons removing the skin only. Do not take white pith as this will make the limoncello bitter.
2Place in a clean sterilised jar, add the alcohol.
3Place in a dark cupboard and leave for 7 days minimum. Give it a swirl every now and again.
4The lemon rind mixture will change colour to a pale yellow. When ready, finish making the limoncello
5Combine sugar and milk in a saucepan, stir over low heat until sugar dissolves.
6Remove from heat and allow to cool completely.
7Using a strainer lined with cheesecloth or a nutbag, pour the lemon mixture into a 1 litre bottle.
8Then pour in the completely cooled milk mixture, still using the strainer.
9Refrigerate. Serve cold.
You can leave the rind and alcohol mixture for a longer period. I left mine for 2 weeks. I have read that any longer than that gains no additional flavour or advantage. I used UHT full cream milk. I find the the creaminess of the milk overpowers the alcohol making it a little less potent. You could try low fat. In Australia you can purchase Polmos Spirytus for the alcohol base, and in the US I believe Everclear is suitable. I was lucky enough to be given a bottle of grappa. Some say that the grape flavour is not suitable for limoncello however I don’t notice it. If you don’t want to make the cream version, you can substitute the milk for water.
Do you have questions or need help embedding recipes? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In your blog post, create a "Link" with the text;
Set the link's URL or "href" to the below URL.
The link must include "?embed=link" and any additional parameters
In the footer of your blog (or below your blog post content) add the recipe embed code. This code can be embedded globally on your entire website, for use with all Kulinarian embeds.
You may need to refresh your page or blog post to see the recipe populate.