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Friday, 6 July 2012


Don't you just ā™„ summer?  The trips to the beach, spontaneous picnics in the park, sun downers on the patio as you watch the kids play in the garden till late at night.  Well, here we are at last - it's July and it's summer!!  Or is it?

 As I look out the kitchen window the skies are grey, the rain has been relentlessly beating down on my windows for days now with no sign of disappearing.  In fact we have severe flood warnings throughout the country for this weekend. The long term forecast is no better - rain, rain, rain.  The kids are due to break up for their (very) long summer holidays - HELP!!   Well, I am going to think positive, sunny thoughts and just maybe the weather forecasters have got it wrong and our long overdue summer is just round the corner.  I am going to fill my freezer with lots of light summery dishes and of course the obligatory ice creams and sorbets for the kids.  I made a start today with this very summery raspberry sorbet which is so refreshing and delicious.  Go on make it and dream of summer or if you are lucky enough to be living somewhere where the sun is shining make it and cool down after a long hot day.


For the printable version - click here

Prep time: 15 minutes
Cook time: n/a
Total time: 15 minutes plus 30 minutes churning time

Yield: 6 servings
  • 150g caster sugar
  • 200 ml water
  • 500g raspberries
  • juice of half a lemon
  • 1 egg white

Cooking Directions
  1. Put the sugar and water into a saucepan and bring to the boil, stirring until the sugar has dissolved.
  2. Pour the syrup into a bowl, leave to cool and then chill.
  3. Puree the fruits in a food processor or blender, then press through a sieve into a large bowl.
  4. Stir in the chilled syrup and lemon juice.
  5. If you have an ice cream maker - churn until thick, then add the lightly whisked egg white.
  6. Continue to churn until firm enough to scoop.         
If you are making by hand - pour the mixture into a plastic container and freeze for 4 hours until mushy. 
 Transfer to a food processor and process until smooth, then return to the container.
   Lightly whisk the egg white and stir into the mixture.      
   Freeze for another 4 hours.

Written by : Angela Darroch       

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