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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

mango-sorbet
Mango sorbet is a must try for mango lovers this mango season! This is so simple, easy with only 3 main ingredients – Mango, sugar and lemon. And it gives full satisfaction for mango lovers. Plus a treat for this summer. I made this for the second time after I loved it when I made it for the magazine. Since I loved it, I decided to post it here. Without any blah blahs, here is the recipe.
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Mango Sorbet recipe

Recipe Cuisine: Indian  |  Recipe Category: Breakfast
Prep Time: 5 mins+ 10 hours freezing time     |  Cook time: 5 mins    Serves: 3

Ingredients

Mango pulp - 1 cup

Sugar - 1/2 cup

Water - 1/2 cup

Lemon juice - 1 tblsp


Method

  1. Slice the mangoes along the sides and scoop out the pulp using a spoon. Scrap the pulp from the seed as well and collect 1 cup of pulp. Place it in a blender, puree it first.1-scoop
  2. Make a simple sugar syrup by heating sugar and water and just bring to boil to dissolve the sugar completely. Cool down and blend it with the mango pulp, lemon juice.2-sugar
  3. Transfer to a freezer safe airtight container and freeze it for an hour. 3-freeze
  4. Take it out, mix it until smooth, with a fork. (For smoothest texture of all, you can grind the sorbet in mixie instead of mixing with fork).Repeat the same every half hour for 5 more times. Then freeze for 6 to 12 hours depending on your freezer temperature and conditions. Scoop and serve.4-scoop

Notes

    • If you have icecream maker, you can churn the sorbet as per the instructions. This will give you the best result of all - Smoothest sorbet, equal to icecream's texture.
    • I used alphonso mangoes for vibrant yellow coloured result.
    • Lemon juice not only adds a tangy taste, but also must be helping in its texture. So do not omit.
    • MIxing with fork every half hour for 5-6 times helps in smooth texture.

Freeze the serving bowls too for an hour before serving and scoop the sorbet to serve it.

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34 comments:

  1. hai raks can I use strawberry,banana instead of mango?
    can I blend in mixie instead of mixing in fork?

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    1. Sure sara. You can do both. But grinding in mixie is bit messy job ;) But sure gives better results than forking

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  2. such a dark colour and seriously its very appealing

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  3. Vow nice pictures wanna try now itself

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  4. Paarkave supera erukunga....

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  5. I love sorbets. Such a fab way to beat the heat. Cant take my eyes off that rich yellow

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  6. yammm......mouth watering

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  7. Gawd... that sorbet looks so good... really easy and vibrant results...

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  8. looks yum! I did also using Alphonso

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  9. Easy to make also, its look so delicious

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  10. Looks delicious...missing the mangoes this season

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  11. Love it all time. Raji, there is a typo in point 2 of "Method" u have written sufar as "ugar". Do check it...

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    1. Thanks for mentioning, edited now :)

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    2. Even there is a typo in my spelling as well :P

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  12. Wonderful recipe...simple yet yummy too....thanks!

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  13. Will lemon go well with strawberry?

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    1. It goes very well with strawberry.

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  14. Will lemon go well with strawberry?

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  15. Who can resist to this mango sorbet, wish i get few scoops.

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  16. Hi raks akka

    i asked u a question regarding raspberry cheese cake , can u pls tel tat

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  17. Hi Raks! I made this at home but my sorbet is a little watery despite freezing for over 6 hours. Any particular reason?

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    1. Ok, then freeze it for 12 hours. Depends how much our freezer temperature is too.

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  18. Yummy vibrant yellow color....lovely scoop...

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  19. Hi raji, tried this today and it came out superb. Please keep posting such recipes

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  20. wonderful recipe...should try.

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  21. Beautifully done, looks very tempting!

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  22. Hey raks. Wonderful recipe! I made it twice and it came out very well. Can i make strawberry sorbet too and how to balance sugar in that case?

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  23. Hi,
    I am doing it right now. Just a small confirmation, I need to serve it tomorrow night. I can leave it in the fridge right. It is not sacrosanct I serve at 12 yes right.

    Thanks
    Waiting for Sorbet Prashanth

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    1. No only in freezer it can be done.

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