Next time you host a picnic or a garden party, serve up this refreshing lime and vodka granita. The recipe is a twist on an old Italian classic for adults who enjoy drinking a cold dessert and cocktail in one shot.
Granita originated in Sicily and, unlike ice cream and sorbet, has a grainy texture that distinguishes it from the rest. We know navigating the world of cold desserts can be confusing, so we developed a guide to help you out.
Making this lime and vodka granita is very simple and does not require any special equipment. Once you master the technique, consider experimenting with other fruits and flavors. Watermelon vodka granita, anyone?
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