We all love fruity desserts, don’t we? How about making a fruity and light dessert tonight? A nice and yummy dessert is much needed after dinner in order to bust the sugar cravings. When we talk about fruity desserts, we think of the list of endless fruits such as strawberry, cherry, mangoes, pineapple, apples or apricots. There is so much goodness in fruits!
Speaking of fruits, we have an excellent fruity dessert recipe for you. It is called Apricot Parfait. Parfait is basically a frozen dessert which has gained popularity these days. This recipe is fun to make and its really light and fruity too. Take a look!
Here Is The Recipe For Apricot Parfait :
Preparation Time : 20 Minutes
Cooking Time : 15 Minutes
Serves : 5
Fresh apricots – 200 grams
Castor sugar – 80 ml
Water – 45 ml
Ground ginger – 1 pinch
Egg white – 1
Vanilla extract – 1 teaspoon
Double cream – 150 ml
Take a 20 cm square pan and line it with a plastic wrap. Keep it aside.
Cut the apricots into half and remove pits. Combine the cut apricots with castor sugar, ginger, water and vanilla extract in a saucepan and cover it. Let the heat be high and heat till the sugar gets dissolved. The apricot should get soft. Now mash the apricots using a fork and keep it in the fridge.
Take a bowl and beat the egg white. Beat it till it forms soft peaks. Now add 2 tablespoon of castor sugar and beat it till the sugar gets dissolved. You should get shiny and firm peaks. Keep it aside.
In another bowl, whip the cream to get soft peaks. Fold the egg white mixture and whipped cream to the apricot mixture. Now spoon it into the prepared square pan. Make sure you smooth the surface. Chill it in the freezer for about 14 hours.
Remove it from the freezer and cut the parfait into desired shaped. You can drizzle some honey and serve it to your guests. Your apricot parfait is easy!
This is a really recipe and you should definitely make it for your family. They will wonder where did you learn it from. You can serve some fresh apricots or an assortment of fruits with it. Happy Cooking!