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Gin Fizz Cocktail



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Gin Fizz Cocktail

  • 1 kg ice
  • 150 g castor sugar
  • 3 lemons
  • 4 g good meaures of gin, (I prefer Bombay Sapphire)
  • fresh mint leaves, to serve

Recipe's preparation

  1. Peel off lemon rind and place in TM Bowl with sugar and blitz 30 seconds/speed 9

    Add half the Ice to bowl and mix for a further 30 seconds/speed 8

    Place steam basket into jug and pour the smooth mixture through and into another jar. Add gin portions and stir.

    Place remaining ice in glasses and pour the lovely Gin Fizz over the top.... a refreshing way to drink merrily !

    PS I often retain the piff from the jar and freeze into ice cube trays and use later as seasoning for water etc.

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  • madwoman912:...

    Submitted by Deborah R on 17. November 2021 - 04:53.


    I'm with you, like a drink, love Thermie's quick clean capability. Chin Chin!

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  • can you please confirm the

    Submitted by cooking-with-suz on 29. August 2016 - 14:26.

    can you please confirm the gin quantity seems so little compared to the rest of the ingredients?


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  • Absolutely loved this drink.

    Submitted by becdale83 on 27. October 2015 - 19:05.

    Absolutely loved this drink. So refreshing on a hot day. I didn't strain anything either. Just added it all the the glass. Would be great for the kids also (minus the gin) So delicious. 

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  • Simple, refreshing and

    Submitted by AuntyK on 7. February 2015 - 16:50.

    Simple, refreshing and delish!


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  • Delicious drink, however, I

    Submitted by Julie-Anne on 1. February 2015 - 22:00.

    Delicious drink, however, I couldn't strain the ice / rind / sugar mix because it was too thick, like a sorbet. I scooped it into glasses anyway (needed a straw to drink it) and my guests loved it. 

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  • That was absolutely

    Submitted by madwoman912 on 15. October 2011 - 16:23.

    That was absolutely delicious.  I only made 1/3 of the quantity because I was only making enough for 1 person and it was thick - more like a lemon sorbet with a hint of gin.  Will defintely make it again (but with a friend).  After the first half of the ice there was nothing pourable in the jug - it was a sorbet so I just added the rest of the lemon and the gin and gave it another wizz.

    Lover of food and Thermomix

    Disliker of cooking and cleaning

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  • Just want to check with you

    Submitted by vickiH on 16. December 2010 - 22:08.

    Just want to check with you that the ice quantity is right. 500g seems a lot of ice to do in only 1 batch?

    Perth WA and mother of a 3 year old

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