15 August 2014

Berry sorbet recipe (sorbete de berries)







This  berry sorbet recipe is easy and delicious for the friends are in summer  and here we are waiting for spring!
Use any berry (fresh or frozen) blackberry-strawberry-or raspberry.


Source: About.com (british and Irish food)





Ingredients

230 fine or caster sugar
200 ml boiling water
700 g berries (fresh or frozen)
(I use blackberries and raspberries)
2 tablespoon liquid glucose or corn syrup
or maple syrup (liquid glucose helps prevent the sorbet
from freezing into a hard mass)
juice 1 lemon

Method

Place the sugar into a large saucepan and pour the boiling water over and stir until the sugar is dissolved.
Add the fruit and glucose (or syrup) and poach over a gentle
heat for 5 minutes.
Pour the contents of the pan  into a food processor and blitz then pass the liquid through a fine sieve rubbing with the back of a spoon to push the fruit pulp through but remove skin or pips.
Add the lemon juice.


Pour the fruit mix into a shallowfreezer container and freeze. You will need to beat the mixture in the container three times as it freezes solid.
Once frozen cover and keep in the freezer until required. remove the sorbet from the freezer 10 minutes before serving.










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75 comments:

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    1. My goodness! Look at the color of that! Beautiful!

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    2. Yes the color was amazing I think is the mix blackberries/raspberries, really yumm!
      xo

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    3. I love it when I make smoothies with blackberries just for that lovely color!

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    4. yes I love smoothies too Betsy and you can add all you like:)

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  2. Oh wow...these are truly amazing!
    Such a beautiful colour...makes my mouth water just looking at these...:)

    Big Hugs xxx

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    1. Thanks Ygraine yes you can make with any berry but raspberries with other like blackberries make that color!:)
      xo

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    2. Hi Gloria, what a wonderful recipe, love the fact that you do not need an ice cream maker.

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    3. Thanks Cheri yes I love this recipe that don't need Ice cream maker!

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  3. That is such a gorgeous colour! Bet it was lovely and refreshing!!

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    1. Yes it was delicious!
      Thanks cupcakr girl!

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  4. looks refreshing and delicious!

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  5. Dairy is scary, I'll eat a berry lol

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  6. Pat this doesnt have dairy lol
    Only sugar, berries and water lol

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  7. Gloria, We've never made sorbet at home...but your berry sorbet looks great! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave

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    1. I make sometimes because I love berry sorbets and not always I find In stores, thanks David!

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  8. The sorbet has such a beautiful colour! I love to have a few scoops.

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  9. Looks delicious and so PRETTY. Pink is my favorite color.

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    1. I love this color too Stephanie and is amazing think is absolutely natural, only with the berry mix!

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  10. What a beautiful color! So refreshing! yum!!!!
    XO Kris

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  11. Un colore bellissimo Gloria! Lo immagino in chiusura di una cena estiva in giardino... Brava!
    V

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  12. Looks amazing! And I love that gorgeous deep pink colour!

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    1. Thanks Angie, yes I love the colour!!

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  13. I agree - the color just stands out ~ Yummy one Gloria ~

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  14. Love the color! What a pretty and delicious looking dessert!

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  15. I have some fruit to use up and was wondering what to do with them. Thank you for the idea,dear Gloria!
    Kisses!

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  16. That looks so refreshing and good and I love the colours!

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  17. Hi Gloria,
    I love all your berries desserts! Looks really yummy!

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  18. What a fab colour this sorbet has! I really love this fresh and summery sorbet and I love berries too!

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    1. Thanks Alida Yes I love the colour too!

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  19. Beautiful and so nicely presented.
    Shame I would eat it so quickly . . . . lol
    Hugs ~ Eddie :)

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    1. Thanks CC, (I coming just now from your site:))))

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  21. Un colore splendido e chissà che buono :)
    Mi piace tantissimo!
    Un bacio

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  22. I sooo have to make some sorbets and ice creams before summer is over (which it seems may happen early this year)!

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    1. Here is hot today Inger!
      The weather is crazy!
      Try this is easy and delicious:)

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  23. wonderful colour Gloria, have a great week, un abbraccio !

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  24. this is super pretty, gloria! what a refreshing treat. :)

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  25. I'd always pick a berry sorbet over ice cream! Yours looks phenomenal, Gloria!

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  26. That fruity treat would be just perfect for us as we near the end of a nice warm summer. Thanks Gloria.

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  27. oh look how bright...beautiful color...and the mint sprig
    cast just a bit of off color...i want mine to be a bit tart please...
    smiles.

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  28. What a scrumptious colour - so vibrant. I bet this disappeared in seconds flat. It would with me!

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  29. Que apetecible Gloria, un color precioso!! Besos

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