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Strawberries Ginger Lime Lemon Verbena And Greek Yogurt. ©

April 7, 2019

 

 

 

 

 

Nothing Like Strawberries!

 

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Easy

 

 

 

Ingredients

1 punnet strawberries

2 cartons Greek “Fage ” yogurt

3-6 tbs brown sugar

1 lime zest

1 finger tip size piece fresh ginger

2 tbs fresh Lemon Verbena

3 tbs cream optional

Maple syrup to pour on when serving

 

Method

1. Wash strawberries and drain.

2. Thinly slice into suitable decorative bowl to form a layer.

3. Finely grate lime, sprinkle with brown sugar and finely grate a little ginger, using a Microplane grater.

4.Cover with yogurt and continue the layers to three quarters fill bowl.

5. Decorate with thin slices of strawberries, small pieces of lime and a sprig of fresh lemon Verbena.

6. Place in refrigerator to thoroughly chill until ready to serve.

7. Serve with additional sugar or maple syrup.

 

 

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This is what you are aiming for.

Strawberries Ginger Lime lemon Verbena and Greek Yogurt ©

  1. Gather your ingredients together.

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2. Start by slicing a layer of strawberries into serving bowl. Finely grate over strawberries lime and ginger using a Microplane. Sprinkle with brown sugar.

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The sugar will melt…..

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3. Dilute yogurt with a little cream.

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4. Spread a layer of yogurt over strawberries and continue the layering process three quarters up bowl.

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Garnish with strawberry slices, lime and lemon verbena. Cover with cling film and thoroughly chill in refrigerator, at least two hours or over night.

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Final result!

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