Recipes — Anisata (pure herb)
This is such an easy and yet stunning dessert to make at any time through the year. Serve simply with berries and a little extra honey if desired. You can substitute the berries for the figs or peaches in summer. We make these in a dariole mould, but any smallish cup or bowl will do. Serves 4 300g ricotta cheese 100g marscapone ½ teaspoon ground anisata ( also known as aniseed myrtle) 2 tablespoons leatherwood honey Muslin or clean porous material like cheesecloth Fresh ripe figs or berries Extra honey to drizzle Extra aniseed myrtle to sprinkle In a...