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Now, let's start with this tasty syllabub recipe from our February/March 2011 issue...
1 pint heavy whipping cream
1 quart port wine or Madeira
1 large fistful dark brown cane sugar, about 1 ½ cups (preferably Muscovado or Turbinado)
1 pint dark rum (preferably black naval rum)
A few hearty grates of freshly-rasped nutmeg
Note: If you do not have a syllabub maker, you may use a wooden spoon or twig whisk in your punch bowl.
Into your syllabub maker, add one pint heavy whipping cream and a large fistful of dark brown cane sugar (maple, Muscovado, or Turbinado). Stroke the syllabub maker until the cream is just starting to firm. Separately combine the dark rum and Madeira. Fill a crystal shrub glass ¾ full of the rum and fortified wine mixture and ladle a nice dollop of the sweetened cream on top. Grate a dusting of nutmeg over the cream and enjoy!
Alternatively, you may choose to combine all of the ingredients into you syllabub maker and whip together.
We hope you like this latest addition to our website! More recipes will be added to the archive soon!