Mixed Berries with Zabaglione

This version of zabaglione, a cousin to the traditional one made with Marsala and served warm, uses dry white wine and is whisked over ice until cool. Lemon-flavored whipped cream is then folded in. A dash or two of cinnamon adds a touch of spice to each serving. You can make the zabaglione topping 2 to 3 hours ahead of time and refrigerate it. Stir well before spooning it over the berries.
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Review 1 for Mixed Berries with Zabaglione
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Kiwifruit
Great Neck, NY
May 18, 2010
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Sweet Strawberries
May 18, 2010
A great and tasty way to replace the usual strawberries and whipped cream. It took a long time to whip up though, but probably could have been accelerated using a hand-held beater instead of a whisk. The results, however, where well worth the effort. Thanks for the great recipe!
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cwirla
Hacienda Heights, CA
May 14, 2010
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Mixed Berries Never Tasted So Good
May 14, 2010
This recipe takes a bit of time and your arm gets a little tired with all the stirring, but it is so worth it. I have been making this several times in spring and summer for several years - definite go to dessert. Fresh ground cinnamon is a must!!!!
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GirlWithAWhisk
Orange County, CA
May 14, 2010
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Delicious, complex and light- perfect summer treat
May 14, 2010
This is one of my favorite summer deserts to make when guests come over. My friend is the head chef for one of Nordstrom's restaurants and even he was blown away! I've made this reciple between 5 and 10 times and it's always a hit. The dryer the wine, the better. Don't forget the cinnamon- it really takes it up a notch.
The only con about this recipe is the amount of whisking required. Try it!