Adapted from Ready for Dessert Any kind of white wine that you like will work well for sabayon; dry, sweet, or sparkling. I do tend to prefer sweeter dessert wines because their flavor is a little more concentrated. Wines like late-harvest Riesling, Sauternes, Muscat, or a wine that is richly flavored is good. You can use Marsala if you want to make traditional zabaglione. If you’re avoiding alcohol, you can use a non-alcoholic sparkling cider instead, perhaps adding a few drops of lemon…
Peach zabaglione recipe | delicious. magazine
Love zabaglione? This quick and easy recipe takes it a level up, with a rich addition of juicy peaches. You could use Vin Santo or amontillado sherry instead of Marsala, if you like.
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