Elderflower Sabayon with Berries
Ted Allen's partner, Barry Rice, is the dessert guy in their household. One of Rice's favorites is sabayon, a creamy whipped dessert classically made with marsala wine and often served over cake or fruit. Rice modernizes the recipe by swapping out the marsala for St-Germain, the French elderflower liqueur. The sabayon is lovely over berries, apricots or peaches. Dessert Tips from F&W Editors More Fruit Desserts
The elderflower sabayon can be refrigerated for up to 6 hours.
St-Germain elderflower liqueur is available at many liquor stores or online from klwines.com.