Thai Basil Rum Cherry Punch Thermomix Recipe

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Skinnymixer’s Thai Basil Cherry Punch features in the cookbook SkinnyAsia. Refreshing, full of flavour and a little bit different… this cocktail punch is sure to impress at your next Asian Banquet or party. 

Your tastebuds will be transported on a tropical holiday with this Thai Basil Cherry Punch.

Serve chilled over ice and enjoy the tartness of the Ruby Red Grapefruit juice, fragrance of the Thai Basil, sweetness from the cherries and dark rum.

What you will need:

These are the ingredients we used in the Skinnymixers test kitchen for the Thai Basil Cherry Punch

Ingredient Alternatives

Dark Rum

Kraken Dark Rum is a favourite of Nikalene & Grant’s, however any rum like Bundaberg Rum will be suitable.

If you don’t drink Rum, this cocktail will work beautifully with your favourite Gin or Vodka also.

Thai Basil

Sometimes Thai Basil can be difficult to find, this punch will also work well with fresh Mint or Sweet Basil.

Morello Cherries

In our variations we use Blueberries to replace Morello Cherries with the Low Carb or Low Fodmap needs.

Ruby Red Grapefruit

Can’t get Ruby Red Grapefruits to use as a garnish? No worries! Sliced fresh oranges will be delicious.

This Thai Basil Cherry Punch is a cookbook exclusive recipe

We’ve included the basic shopping list below to help you know when out and about a general shopping list of what you might need to cook dinner. The recipe can be found in the cookbook SkinnyAsia – which has both Thermomix & Conventional cooking method instructions.

SkinnyAsia Contents

Thai Basil Rum Cherry Punch Thermomix Recipe

SkinnyAsia: Thai Basil Cherry Punch

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Course: Cocktail, Drink, Drinks
Cuisine: Cocktail
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 7 minutes
Cooling: 2 hours
Servings: 8
Calories: 180kcal
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Serving: 205g | Calories: 180kcal | Carbohydrates: 21.6g | Protein: 0.4g | Sodium: 30mg | Sugar: 21.4g

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