My week of Greek-themed food is coming to an end. I loved the pork souvlaki and kale salad, but there was one thing missing from both recipes that I always associate with Greek food: rosemary. Thank goodness I found this Rosemary Lemonade recipe. It’s not exactly Greek, but it does fill that void. And it’s still hot as blazes here, so a nice cold glass of lemonade is always a good thing.
Rosemary lemonade is a refreshing drink with the light and sweet addition of fresh rosemary!
Ready for a short shopping list? This recipe has four ingredients: lemon juice, rosemary, sugar, and water. I had the sugar and water, so all I needed was a bag of lemons and a package of rosemary. Easy peasy!
If you can boil water, you can make this rosemary lemonade recipe. The instructions were easy to follow, and all I needed were basic cooking tools and skills. My electric juicer came in handy, but you can definitely go without if you don’t own one.
My rosemary lemonade was made a little quicker than the 40 minutes listed with this recipe. Here’s how long it took:
- 5 minutes for Steps 1-3 (dissolving the sugar)
- 30 minutes for Step 4 (steeping the rosemary)
- 1 minute for Steps 5-7 (making the lemonade)
- 36 minutes total