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Frozen eggnog with porto wine and melon carpaccio

Ingredients for 6 people

  • 4 yolks
  • 180 ml of Porto rosso
  • 100 gr of sugar
  • 250 gr of Greek yogurt
  • 10 gr of isinglass
  • ½ melon
  • Poppy seed
  • Salt
Frozen eggnog with porto wine and melon carpaccio


  • Preparation time 20 minutes
  • Cooking time zabaione 10 minutes
  • Blast chilling time 15 minutes
  • Shock freezing time 1 hour and 45 minutes


  • Frozen eggnog with porto wine and melon carpaccio
  • Frozen eggnog with porto wine and melon carpaccio


  • Easy


Soak the isinglass in cold water. Assemble the egg yolks with the sugar and a pinch of salt until you get a very light and fluffy mixture. Join the Porto and mix with a whisk. Transfer the mixture into a steel container and cook in a bain-marie for about 10 minutes, mix often with the whisk, until it is swollen and firm. Drain the isinglass from the water, squeeze it well and add it to zabaione and contemporarily mix.
Cool the zabaione in Freddy with the blast chilling for about 15 minutes, then add the Greek yogurt and mix well so as to mix all the ingredients.
Pour the mixture in a plumcake mould, or in convenient silicone muffin monoportions, and freeze with Freddy’s shock freezing function for about 1 hour and 45 minutes. Remove the semi-cold from the loaf mould, dipping it quickly in hot water, or moulds from muffins, and serve with the melon thinly sliced and a sprinkling of poppy seeds.


After freezing the semi cold with Freddy’s shock freezing function, you can store it in the freezer for up to 6 months.
If necessary, all you have to do is remove from the freezer the number of portions you want 15-20 minutes before consuming them.
This way you can always have a fresh sweet, great for your summer dinners or for your afternoon snacks.