1 cup heavy whipping cream, chilled. Perfect light dessert after a big meal. Below is my favourite course from a rare adult-only dinner party we hosted recently – dessert. It is a delightful pudding for the end of a lasrge meal. Place all ingredients (including lemon juice and zest) in large mixing bowl. ¼ teaspoon ground nutmeg (or to taste) 1 sprig fresh mint leaves for garnish. for 30 minutes Garnish with lemon rind and serve with dessert biscuits. Stir in the wine, most of the lemon zest and the juice. Paired it with some biscotti as per another review (only could get almond, would actually recommend over the lemon as to not take away from the Lemon Syllabub). Beat with an electric mixer, stopping to scrape down sides and stir from the bottom once, until … Pour the cream into a bowl and whip until it just holds its shape. Holy smokes! I will make this again for sure! Heat gently, stirring, until the sugar has dissolved, then remove from the heat and set aside to cool for a minimum of 1 hour to allow the flavours to infuse. Gently fold the finely grated lemon rind into the whipped cream, along with the lemon juice and egg whites until everythiong is well mixed. Zest and juice lemon. ¼ cup white wine. Add half a teaspoon of the extra Prosecco over the biscuits in each glass and let it soak in, Divide the creamy mixture between the glasses and sprinkle with the remaining crushed biscuits, Serve immediately with a couple of extra biscuits on the side, English sparkling wine and raspberry jelly, 60g of amaretto biscuit, crushed, plus extra to serve, Join our Great British Chefs Cookbook Club. 28.1 g 4. Paired it with some biscotti as per another review (only could get almond, would actually recommend over the lemon as to not take away from the Lemon Syllabub). Perfect light dessert after a big meal. Add the wine or Madeira. You’ll need a lemon, some whipping cream, icing ‘sugar’ and, of course, Prosecco. The lemon syllabub is rich with cream and mascarpone, with added zing from limoncello, and bubbly Prosecco for a touch of glamour. Jump to Recipe. Strain the syrup into a bowl. In a large bowl, whisk together the double cream, mascarpone, sugar, lemon zest, limoncello and the 6 tablespoons of Prosecco until it’s the consistency of clotted cream 2 Divide the crushed amaretti biscuits between individual glasses, reserving a little for sprinkling over the top. Fold in the wine mixture. Adult-only dinner parties are not an activity that we're able to take part in very often, as most of our entertaining takes place with kids in tow (both ours and those of our guests). Whatever the menu is though, whether child-friendly or an adult-only soirée, I always make sure I have a good selection of desserts, as it’s the course that I enjoy preparing the most.