Icy fruity refreshment

On hot sunny days we search for some refreshment. Summer is a wonderful time for preparing home-made fruit desserts. Market stalls tempt us with juicy strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and other seasonal fruit. This time we have decided to prepare some colorful sorbets.

A few days ago we met and spent a blithe day together. We decided to amuse ourselves with preparation of something really tasty. On that hot day we were looking for something refreshing, invigorating. That is, why we have decided on a light fruity sorbet, an ideal dessert for the summer time. This is a healthy and tasty alternative to the traditional ice-cream. We have prepared sorbets in three colors: red, yellow and green. You must test our recipes.

STRAWBERRIES JOY

Ingredients:

1 kg of strawberries

1/3 glass of sugar

1 lemon

half glass of orange juice

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Preparation:

Pour some water into a little pot, add sugar and stir.

Boil the mixture until sugar melts. Let the mixture cool down.

Wash the strawberries, remove the stalk and mix the fruits with the cold orange juice, cooled down syrup and freshly squeezed lemon juice.

Put into the freezer and mix every two hours. The dessert is ready after 6 hours.

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TROPICAL MANGO

Ingredients:

1 ripe mango

120 ml of water

60 g of sugar

1 lemon (juice)

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Preparation:

Pour some water into a little pot, add sugar and stir. Boil the mixture until sugar melts. Let the mixture cool down.

Peel off the mango, dice and mix to obtain mousse. Combine the mousse with the cooled syrup and the fresh lemon juice.

Freeze for three hours, mixing every hour to give it nice consistency.

KIWI REFRESHMENT

Ingredients:

1 kg of kiwi fruit

1/3 glass of sugar

half glass of orange juice

Preparation:

Pour some water into a little pot, add sugar and stir. Boil the mixture until sugar melts. Let the mixture cool down.

Peel the kiwi, dice and blend. Add the cooled syrup, orange juice and mix.

Pour the mousse into the proper pot, cover with some foil and freeze for three to six hours. Every two hours mix the sorbet with a spoon.

You must test our recipes to see how tasty they are. Served in small bowls and decorated with fruit they look so sweet that no one can resist!

xoxo Marta & Gosia

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