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Mango Sorbet

By Rumblingtummy @RumblingTummi
Time really flies, everyone is planning for their mid year holiday.  It is about time I reflect on what I had achieved.  For sure, I have not been really active in the kitchen.  I think I should start throwing parties again to get me out of my comfort zone. 

The weather has not been very encouraging as well.  It has been terribly hot these days and I have been busy churning out ice cream for the family.

Little one requested for a sorbet and since I have not tried making Mango Sorbet on my own, I shall add this to my tried and tested list.

I like this recipe as I don't need to cook sugar syrup and wait for it to cool down.  So I can get into the action fast.

Mango Sorbet

With this humid weather, taking this shot is tough.  I had to work seriously fast. 

Verdict: Totally yummy and I love the dark orange hue with this batch of mango. 

Now join me with the melting mango sorbet. 

What you need:

800g fresh mango flesh

170g sugar (if mango is very sour you might need more sugar)
¾ cup water
1 tbsp of dark rum
4 tsp lemon juice

Combine sugar and water.  Let it sit for 15 mins to dissolve some of the sugar.

In a blender, put the mango flesh, lemon juice, sugar solution, rum and blend until smooth.

Churn in the ice cream machine.

Mango Sorbet

I'm submitting this post to the Best Recipes for Everyone May 2015 Event (Theme: My Favourite Desserts) organized by Fion of XuanHom'sMom and co-hosted by Aunty Young

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