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Melon Noodles-Blueberry Sorbet Float

Melon Noodles-Blueberry Sorbet Float |foodfashionparty| Sweet, slightly tart and fancy. So Delicious.

Do you bookmark and pin a lot of recipes to try?

A few days ago, I saw an Indonesian Melon drink posted by the very talented Lorraine from Not Quite Nigella.  It looked so fancy, simple and so different, I couldn’t wait to make my version and  it went right on top of my ‘to-make’ list.  I am sure most of you know her by now, if not please do check her out, you will love her.   I am always amazed at how much great food she puts out on her blog.  Apart from her fabulous food, I admire her sense of humor and she is such wonderful person.

I am a big fan of fancy looking food, which requires less fussing around and this cocktail/dessert  is just that. So here is an inspired float.  Simple, stunning and bombdiggity, if I may say so myself:).

Melon Noodles-Blueberry Sorbet Float |foodfashionparty|Sweet, slightly tart and fancy. So Delicious.

I used a bigger lemon zester to make thin noodles, you can check the video link I’ve attached for Lorraine’s blog to see how she creates the noodles.  A spiralizer will work amazing too.

The melon is quite subtle, sweet, quite refreshing and juicy.  The berry sorbet gives it the tartness like lemon to green juice or what salt does to cakes and cookies.

I am sure this one is going to make appearances in our parties for a while.  Hope you get to try it out.

Melon Noodles -Blueberry Sorbet Float |foodfashionparty|Sweet, slightly tart and fancy. So Delicious.

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Melon Noodles and Blueberry Sorbet Float
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A beautiful dessert, cocktail in one.
Recipe type: Dessert, Cocktail
Cuisine: American
Serves: 4
  • ½ Cantaloupe
  • ½ Honeydew Melon
  • Blueberry Sorbet or Any tart berry sorbet
  • Berry flavored Sparkling Cider
  • Prosecco
  1. First scoop the seeds out and extract the juice from it with the use of a strainer. Use a lemon zester or if you have a spiralizer, even better to make noodles out of the melon and cantaloupe. Put everything in the juice.
  2. Add the ¼ cup of the juice and some noodles in a glass and top with a scoop berry sorbet.
  3. Serve it either with some Sparkling cider or Prosecco. Both are fabulous.

Happy Valentines and Cheers to a beautiful weekend.



Melon Noodles-Blueberry Sorbet Float |foodfashionparty|Sweet, slightly tart and fancy. So Delicious.

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  • Reply Bina February 12, 2016 at 10:39 am

    Oh this is so fun, Asha!!! I am bookmarking and pinning it for summer 🙂 Looks gorgeous!!

    • Reply Asha Shivakumar February 12, 2016 at 12:30 pm

      It is a very unique and wonderful drink. You will love it. Hugs.

  • Reply Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella February 12, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    So beautiful Ash!! And thank you for the super sweet shout out too. I’m so glad that it works with a large lemon zester, mine was very small and didn’t quite do the job. Do you mind if I share this on my facebook page lovely? xxx

    • Reply Asha Shivakumar February 12, 2016 at 12:29 pm

      I absolutely fell in love with the drink. My pleasure Lorraine, go ahead and thank you so much. Hugs.xx

  • Reply Monica February 12, 2016 at 7:07 pm

    Oh man, I want this very badly! It looks totally ‘bomb’!! ; ) I am amazed by the amount of content and cooking Lorraine shares – she is something else! You did a great job with this. What a way to wow a crowd. Have a great V-day weekend!!

  • Reply Dhanya Samuel February 12, 2016 at 7:29 pm

    Oh wow! This one’s a stunner

  • Reply Sabrina February 13, 2016 at 5:57 am

    What a beautiful drink! This sounds so refreshing and delightful 🙂

  • Reply Angie@Angie's Recipes February 14, 2016 at 9:02 am

    Such a fun and beautiful treat!

  • Reply Sugar et al. February 14, 2016 at 7:01 pm

    This is really fun and creative, not to mention how amazing it looks. I’m totally making this for my next get-together!

  • Reply Stacy | Wicked Good Kitchen February 14, 2016 at 8:53 pm

    Just beautiful, Ash! As always your styling and photography inspires. I love everything berries, citrus and melon, and always have Prosecco on hand (for such emergencies), so I cannot wait to try your version of this splendid sip. Thank you for sharing and I hope you had a wonderful Valentine’s Day weekend! xo

  • Reply Traci | Vanilla And Bean February 15, 2016 at 6:46 am

    Oh my Asha! What a delicious combination of flavors for prosecco! Fruit and prosecco is such a delicious combination and I just love the ‘noodles’ . A tasty treat my dear! I hope your weekend was beautiful my dear!

  • Reply marcie February 15, 2016 at 9:39 am

    I do pin a lot of recipes to try and actually do make some but not enough! I can see why you made this one — it’s so unique and it’s just beautiful! I love how refreshing this looks!

  • Reply Rakhee@boxofspice February 16, 2016 at 6:25 am

    No secret I love all your recipes! This one like any other is a winner dear Asha! I think I wouldn’t mind a mid day drink that looks like this! <3

  • Reply Easyfoodsmith February 16, 2016 at 8:08 am

    This does look fun and what a beauty!

  • Reply nusrat2010 February 17, 2016 at 7:25 am

    Fancy! Fabulous!
    And that pour-shot! Fantastic!
    I have zester, spiralizer in my kitchen-gadget stash. Why am I still here drooling at your cool pictures! – Off to the grocery to get some melons 🙂

  • Reply John/Kitchen Riffs February 17, 2016 at 9:02 am

    Oh, yum! What a beauty this is! Melon noodles? LOVE the idea! Fun stuff — thanks.

  • Reply annie@ciaochowbambina February 17, 2016 at 9:48 pm

    And just when I thought I knew all the noodles – you introduce me to a new one! Love this recipe, Asha! Beautiful!

  • Reply Nancy @ Spicie Foodie February 18, 2016 at 8:34 pm

    I have a long list of recipes to try on my Pinterest — one I’ll get to them all. Haha! This drink looks amazing and so colourful. Thanks for sharing your find and going to check out the video too.

  • Reply Little Cooking Tips March 3, 2016 at 11:19 pm

    This sounds so yummy! We’re both not much of a drinker ourselves, but we’d definitely appreciate a fabulous drink like that one! Cider is amazing, and instead of Prosecco (which isn’t available here) we’ll add moschofilero which is a white wine with a fruity undertone. If you never tried it before, get a bottle if it’s available in SF, you’ll really enjoy it!:)
    Thank you for the fantastic idea dear Ash!

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