Definition of granita
: a coarse-textured ice confection typically made from fruit
Recent Examples of granita from the Web
Beyond the roster of compelling flavors like rose is also a slew of semifreddo and quenching granita alternatives.
Other plates include charcuterie and cheese boards ($11 to $13); local Blue Point Oysters ($3 apiece) and oyster crudo with watermelon granita ($10.)
At Hugo’s in Portland, Maine, Chef-owner Mike Wiley turns sauerkraut into a savory granita for a cured and smoked fish dish with frozen crème fraiche and seeded crackers, made in-house from a sourdough mother.
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Origin and Etymology of granita
Italian, from feminine of granito, past participle of granire
First Known Use: 1869See Words from the same year
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