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Sicilian Lemon Granita

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Ingredients

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1 Lemon
400 ml Lemon Juice Make it from fresh, organic Lemons!
1 liter Water
300 gr Powdered sugar

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Sicilian Lemon Granita

Features:
  • Vegan
  • Serves 6
  • Medium

Ingredients

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What summer would it be for a Sicilian without a refreshing Sicilian Lemon Granita? Granitas in Sicilian bars and pastry shops are always present in large numbers and lemon granitas are certainly one of the most famous, with a strong and unequivocal taste.

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Steps

1
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Cut a lemon into four pieces, put it in a pot with the water and let it macerate for about 1 hour.

2
Done

In the meantime, squeeze the organic lemons until the indicated quantity of juice is obtained and filter it to eliminate the seeds.

3
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Remove the lemon from the water and pour in the sugar, mix with a spoon and put the pot on the heat. When the sugar is dissolved and the water transparent turn off and let cool, without boiling it. At this point add the lemon juice, stir well, pour the liquid into a container and put it in the freezer.

4
Done

After about half an hour, remove the container from the freezer; you will find that a thin layer of ice has formed on the surface; break it with the help of a spoon and stir. In this way, you will avoid that the sugar goes to settle on the bottom making the granita tasteless. Repeat this operation at least 4/5 times to allow the ice crystals to absorb the juice and sugar evenly.

5
Done

Remove it from the freezer two hours before serving the granita and scrape it until it reaches the desired degree of creaminess.

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