Berry Sorbet Jr.

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      Easy

Appears in

Keep it Simple

By Alastair Little and Richard Whittington

Published 1993

  • About

The name reflects a fondness for the classic music of Motown. Sorbets are so easy to make with a sorbetière or ice-cream maker that many people fail to do so, as if ease of execution is synonymous with cheating in the kitchen. You can obtain good results using bought frozen fruit pulp, but this will never match the astonishingly heady flavour of fresh berries. My personal favourites are raspberry and blackcurrant.

Only make berry sorbets from fruit that is in season, and only make enough to eat within 24 hours. Do not freeze for another day - this simply misses the point.

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