Strawberry and mango sorbet

Got overripe fruits? Make the easiest dessert ever. Top with whipped cream and a whole cherry and you got yourself a dessert that’s pretty and delicious and, best of all, very inexpensive.

Speedy did this, not me. He was cleaning out the fridge, I guess he didn’t want to throw anything away so he made a sorbet. Even the idea of adding whipped cream and cherries was his.

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Recipe: Strawberry and mango sorbet

Ingredients

  • 2 c. of very ripe strawberries
  • 1 c. of very ripe mangoes
  • sugar
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Instructions

  1. Dice the fruits.
  2. Throw into a blender. Puree. Add sugar to taste and pulse a few times to melt the sugar and blend.
  3. Transfer to a freezer container and freeze.
  4. For best results, rake with a fork every hour or few hours to break the ice crystals so that you get a smoother sorbet.
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Quick notes

You can change the proportion by using more or less of each of the fruits.

Preparation time: 10 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 6



Comments

  1. says

    Avocados are also great for making sorbet, though I find it a bit tricky to get the taste right since you could easily overwhelm everything with sugar or milk.

  2. dhale says

    yuuum! you don’t run out of ideas :) btw ms. connie, did your husband by any chance go to Ever Antipolo yesterday? i think i saw him (or the guy i saw just looked so much like him) :)

  3. dhale says

    aha! i saw him took chips from the shelves. was thinking he’d find it weird if i said hello so i didn’t. heehee. i also looked so I know you weren’t with him. sayang! :D

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