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Blueberry Sorbet

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Why I Love This Recipe

This is just fantastic!!

I bought one bag of freshly frozen Blueberries and out of them I just made this delicious sorbet!!

It tastes sooooooooooo delicious :) A photo will come later tonight or tomorrow :) When I have served it.

Look forward to enjoying it after dinner :)

Ingredients You'll Need

125g or 1/2 cup brown sugar (not the moist one)
100ml water
1 pinch salt
Juice of one fresh lemon
1 pck or 750g frozen Blueberries


Cook water with sugar and salt stirring occasionally for ca 5 min. Let stand for 5 min.

In a food processor purée the frozen blueberries (after the bag of berries has been on the table for ca 5 to 10 minutes) with the syrup and lemon juice. You might have to do it in parts. I first added as much as I could of the berries and most of the syrup and all the lemon juice and puréed it, then there was enough space for the rest of the berries and then the rest of the syrup.

When I took it out of the food processor it was just ready. But as I´m having it for dessert tonight I put it in a bowl in the freezer.

Questions, Comments & Reviews

Awesome , Kolla. I 've been wanting to make some sorbet , and have only come across recipes calling for the use of an icecream maker. I don't have one and there are other things to buy , so it's not in my plans to get one. I'll try this as soon as it gets a little warmer and let you know how it came out. Thanks for sharing. Stay warm.


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