Sunday, April 4, 2010


Peach melba a great summery dessert . A friend of mine prepared this delicious peach melba in her Easter Sunday dinner party last year. From then onward she prepared it number of times on our request of course. So I thought that today is the right day to share this lovely mouthwatering dessert with you all. Peach melba invented in 1892 by a French chef Auguste Escoffier at the Savoy Hotel, this dessert once invented to honor Nellie Melba one of the most famous Australian singers still have its delicious effect. My family drool at its taste whenever I make it.
Ripe peaches 
dipped in peach syrup   1 halved
Raspberries sauce       20 gram
Vanilla ice cream       2 scoop
Whipped cream           20 gram
Roasted almond         5 gram sliced
Wafer biscuit          1 
Fresh mint leaves      2
Take a serving plate arrange the halved peaches on one side and spread the raspberries sauce on it. Now place two scoop of vanilla icecream in front of it. Above it spread whipped cream then sprinkle roasted almond. Place wafer biscuit on one side and garnish with mint leaves. You can make this whole arrangement on a icecream glasses also. Presentation is upto you but I bet you will love the taste.
Wish you all a very Happy Easter!



Taste of Beirut said...

I haven't had or seen a pèche melba in at least 25 years! If not longer! Great of you to resurrect this dessert! I am tempted to make it now it is perfect for these warm evenings!

Gulmohar said...

New dessert recipe for me..looks so elegant :-) Hope you had a blissful Easter

Heavenly Housewife said...

I absolutely love the look of this. Peach melba is such a classic. I can't believe I've never had it.... i want it!!!
*kisses* HH

Pâmela said...

Yummy, this looks great, so delicious, I loved it...:)

Anonymous said...

A beautiful and colorful dessert!

Fresh Local and Best said...

This looks like a very refreshing and beautiful dessert!

My Little Space said...

I've never had this before! You made it looks so seducing, as good as a pro. Bravo!