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Thermomix Limoncello

Thermomix recipe 100% made in Italy for Limoncello

Drinks & Liqueur
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There is a new recipe on the blog and I can only be happy about it.

The recipe of limoncello, a typical liqueur made with lemons and alcohol, is by my grandmother, my guru in terms of cooking and a source of inspiration, who continues to give me her precious recipes with pride.

The secret for preparing a good limoncello are lemons, choose untreated and possibly organic.

I leave you with the recipe for the thermomix limoncello.

See you for the next recipe!

Nea!

Thermomix Limoncello

Valid for: Thermomix TM6 / TM5 / TM31

60+ min Time
5 Servings
Cost
Difficulty

Ingredients

  • 4 lemons
  • 500 ml alcohol 95°
  • 700 ml water
  • 300 gr sugar

Instructions

  1. Wash the lemons and dry them well. Peel them with the help of a potato peeler, taking care of removing only the peel without removing the white part.

  2. Put the skins obtained in a container together with the alcohol and leave to macerate for 48 hours in a cool and dark place.

  3. After the time put the water and sugar in the jug, cook: 30 min. 100° speed. 2 and let it cool completely.

  4. Then add the alcohol filtered from the lemon peels and mix: 1 min. speed. 4.

  5. Bottle and store the freezer.

  6. Remove the limoncello from the freezer a few minutes before serving... Enjoy your meal!

My advice

I did not throw away the peels left after filtering them out of alcohol, I made them dry well and mince in the jug for a few seconds at speed. Turbo, then placed in a container and stored in the freezer.
It is an excellent anti-waste solution for flavoring sweets and creams and having it ready for use.

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One thought on “Thermomix Limoncello

  1. Hello. When cooking the sugar and water, do you leave the cap in on the lid or do allow the water to evaporate?

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