20 March 2012

raspberries and blueberry sorbet







I know what are you thinking "other Ice cream" and yes, sorry, but if you think in the North Hemisphere begin now the Spring is time to think in Ice cream:) And when you think in a Ice cream recipe you know here can find (lol)

This is a sorbet recipe and you know is different from typical Ice cream is basically water and fruits, dont have cream so the texture is different than others.


Ingredients

1 cup of raspberries (freeze)
1 cup of blueberries (freeze)
150 ml of water
150 grs. of sugar
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
1 cup of plain yogurt (optative)

I find  some little yogurt make the texture  more nice and easy to make the scoops but is fine if you want only with water.

Method

In a a medium pan heat the sugar with water until is bubble.Let chill. Add the blueberries and raspberries and lemon juice, stir well, and process in a blender or  other until have a cream. (add the yogurt if you want) .If you have Ice maker following the intructions .

To the other way : Cover with plastic wrap and freeze by 45 minutes or until icy edge of pan.
Whisk to to distribute frozen portions evenly.
Cover and freeze  again until icy edge of pan and overal texture is slushy about 45 minutes.whisk again.
Cover and freeze by two hours .
Before serve retire by about 15 minutes .

To serve, scoop  into tall goblets or parfait glasses. If the granita is too solid you can allow it to sit in the refrigerator

Note :to this gelatto I add 1 cup of plain yougurt.







Im sharing with
Miz Helen’s Country Cottage


En español

Sorbete de berries






Me imagino que dicen: otro helado, claro que sí pero piensen que en el hemisferio norte empieza la primavera asi que aprovecho de dejarles otra receta.
Este es un sorbete de berries, como ya saben el sorbete su base  principal es agua y frutas y algo de limón.
En este caso le agregué una taza de yogurt sin sabor y quedó super bien porque la textura es mejor ya que no lleva ni crema ni leche.


Ingredientes
1 taza de frambuesas(frescos o congelados)
1 taza de arándanos (frescos o congelados)
150 ml de azúcar
150 ml de agua
1 cucharadita jugo de limón
1 taza de yogurt normal s/sabor (optativo)

Preparación

En una olla mediana calentar el agua con el azúcar hasta que hierva por un rato, o sea un almíbar suave.

Dejar enfriar.
Agregar los berries y el jugo de limón. Procesar la mezcla puede ser en una licuadora u otra.
Agregar a la mezcla el yogurt, mezclar bien.
Si se tiene Máquina de helados seguir las intrucciones propias del
fabricante cada una trae sus propias instrucciones.
Si no colocar en una fuente metálica extendida llevar al congelador.
Despues de una hora retirar y batir en forma pareja volver a congelar unos 45 minutos más, batir de nuevo y despues congelar por unas dos horas. Retirar un rato antes de servir para que no esté muy congelado.

88 comments:

  1. sorry for the mess but if you find that your website is wet, i had a slight drooling problem....yum, yum...

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  2. you can drooling Brian you are always welcome:)

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  3. me too!! that looks and sounds scrumptious!!

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    1. Thanks Martha welcome to my blog!

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  4. Me encantan los sorbetes!!! increíble la receta!

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  5. mmm...se me hizo agua la boca de verlo..que rico...sigues tentandome con berries ;)

    BEsitos!

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    1. Ya poh Emma si esto es lo más light que hay, es casi agua y frutas (le puse un poco de yogurt sin sabor) te mando besos, Feliz Otoño se supone que empieza ahora, besos

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  6. mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...super delizioso!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  7. YUMMY! I can eat sorbet anytime of the year & yours looks so inviting! :)

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    1. Thanks Kit, the color is nice yeah!

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    2. Yes, I love the sweet color too! :)

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  8. A delicious sorbet and looks good too!

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  9. yum! The color is gorgeous! And without the cream, really is a nice diet dessert! I love the ice cream cone! Lovely!

    I looked through all of your icecream recipes yesterday! I'm getting ready to try them now that warm weather is here. I have whipping cream on my grocery list, too!,...lots of it! lol.

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    1. Yes Betsy but you can add plain yogourt and the texture is more soft! and the kids love the ice cream in cones (lol) and me too!

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  10. I'll remember your delicious recipes when summer comes

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    1. Thanks dear hope you enjoy your spring/summer!

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    1. yes Pat (lol) i think the same:) look very berry ha!

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  12. Gloria, leyendo tu receta, entonces me doy cuenta que mi ¨helado¨ de ananá es un sorbet, porque lleva el agua, el azúcar... en vez de yogur, viste que le puse crema. Conclusión, cambiaré el título y me sentiré mejor, estaba afligida por la textura, aunque mi hija me dijo ayer, mamá esto parece sorbette! Besos,

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    1. tu helado se ve delicioso myriam me encanta el mango. Tengo que hacerlo,tambien pondre tu link. besos

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  13. Gloria, dejé el link de esta receta en mi post, tu sorbet se ve espléndido.

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  14. I'd have some of this right now... it's hot here. Not to mention sorbets are healthy!

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  15. Love sorbet and this looks wonderful. Diane

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  16. yummy yummy...just in time for spring day ~

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  17. Dear Gloria, A delicious, refreshing and healthy dessert. Blessings my dear, Catherine xo

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  18. I love ice cream and cant wait to try yours. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  19. This looks amazing, Gloria! One that I would love to try this summer...so yummy! Hope you're having a good week so far :)

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    1. Thanks a lot Lizzy I will try to mail you!

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  20. That looks so yummy! Where's mine??
    :)

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  21. Mmmm. It looks refreshing and delicious!

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  22. it looks awesome and im a raspberries fan :)

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  23. Oh I am LOVING the big mix of ingredients in this! looks just wonderful!

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  24. che buonoooo peccato sono a dieta perche' un pensierino lo avrei fatto

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  25. Un manjar! It looks wonderful and I am so sure it is as delicious. A great way to combine both berries. When I get to make this sorbet, I'll be thinking of you. Hugs

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  26. Nice flavors... Refrshing sorbet

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  27. wow...dear lovely sorbet,.....u have lot berry recipe collection here ....lovely

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  28. I tuoi gelati sono magnifici, uno meglio dell'altro. Questo ai frutti rossi è fantastico. bacioni, buona giornata

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  29. Awesome Gloria...my husband loves this, so I want to try and make it but I do not have an ice cream maker...

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  30. Que delicia Gloria!! estoy deseando hacerlo. Besos

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  31. I can't wait for warm weather so I can effortlessly eat these special treats!

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    1. Thanks Vall well you are in spring (lol)

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  32. Fresco y seguro delicioso.

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  33. What a pretty color, Gloria! You always make it sound so easy and yet, the easiest thing for me to do is just to gobble it down. Hooray Spring!!!

    Thanks for sharing...

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    1. Thanks Louise what nice always are you and sweet:)
      Happy spring to you (lol)

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  34. I love sorbet and yes spring is finally here also in Greece! I love how everybody is in an ice cream mood lately. This one is definitely a winner!

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    1. Thanks Katerina happy spring to you I would love know Greece amazing!

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  35. Love all your ice cream recipes and these sorbets are fantastic.
    Rita

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  36. Tiene que estar delicioso, que color más precioso. Un abrazo, Clara.

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  37. Oh. So that's what the difference is. :)

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    1. Dear sorbet o granita dont have milk or cream! (lol) you are teasing me!

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    2. Well, I've never made either of them, so how would I know that? I learned something today.

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    3. Of course always we can learn, also I always learned a lot with you (lol)

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  38. ¡Ay Gloria, que cosas tan ricas haces siempre con las frutas!
    Abrazos.

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  39. This looks so lovely! I love sorbet and never thought of putting yogurt in to help with the texture - I will try this = thanks for a delicious and beautiful recipe!

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  40. Oh, oh, that looks fabulous. Just the thing for a hot summer's day. Just wondering, do the blueberries hold up against the raspberries?

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  41. Yum, I love this!

    Ciao
    Alessandra

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  42. yes gloria, i do think you always enjoy eating ice cream and sorbets. me too! not so much of a sorbet becos not too much sorbets around here unless i make them myself! your sorbet looks lovely and sweet colours!

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    1. thanks Lena, true, love ice creams:)

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  43. Hi Gloria,

    I'm with you because we belong the same zone of eating ice cream at this time of the year. Everything that we cook and the local produce that we used is always the opposite of others. *sign*

    This sorbet is very lovely with lots of fruity taste...Yum!

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  44. I love the difference that just a bit of yogurt or cream can add to a basic gelato. I bet my kids would love this.

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    1. Yes is true Mary, only a little make difference:)

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  45. Ciao Gloria è bellissimo questo tuo sorbetto
    baci :)

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  46. che golosità deliziosa! davvero complimenti! un bacio :)

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  47. Yummy Gloria I always like how you use berries in your desserts!

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  48. What beautiful photos, Gloria. The sorbet sounds wonderful and it looks delicious. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary

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    1. Thanks a lot Mary, you are nice like always:)

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  49. Beautiful ! Yes, I am so happy tat Spring is here :-) And an't stop thinking baout all the ice cream I am gonna eat ;-)

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  50. Delightful! That combination is just perfect.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  51. I love raspberry sorbet - one of my favourites. And blueberries as well - yummy.

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    1. thanks ALan for stopping by :)

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  52. Hi Gloria,
    Thank you so much for sharing your great recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great Spring week end and come back to see me real soon!
    Miz Helen

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  53. this looks so utterly amazing. i've never had raspberry and blueberry sorbet. now i am in a definite mood for some.

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