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This recipe contains alcohol and is for those of legal drinking age only.
Introduce your loved ones to good ol’ fashioned Manischewitz, and reinvent the Jewish holiday staple into the dessert it was always meant to be. This way, you can avoid getting any looks that say “You drink this stuff?” or, “Is this what all Jewish wine is like?” Your loved ones will instead wonder why you’ve been hiding this Manischewitz stuff from them all this time. L’chaim! Cheers!
1 cup sweet kosher wine
1 1/2 cups pear nectar
2-inch piece of ginger
1 lime, zested
1 Tbsp. sugar
1. Slice ginger, add to pot with pear nectar and heat on stove, reducing to 1 cup (25 minutes)
2. Strain out the ginger pieces and add the wine to the juice. Pour mixture into a glass baking dish and freeze for one hour.
3. Remove from freezer and using a fork, scrape the slush off the bottom of the dish. Repeat one to two times, freezing for 30 minute increments.
4. Once it’s frozen to desired slushiness, zest your lime and mix it with the sugar. Scoop out your slushie and top with lime sugar.