It's a simple and easy sorbet to make so here is the process.....
Plums (about 2lb is enough to extract a pint of juice)
Once they are cooked then pass them through a sieve to remove skin (and stones if you haven't already) to leave you with just the pulpy juice of the plums.
|Next measure your quantity of plum juice and then take equal quantities of either sugar syrup or concentrated apple juice (I used sugar syrup as I had no apple juice, apple juice may produce a 'tarter' taste).|
Once all of that is done you simply return your sorbet to the freezer and then put into bowls as and when you wish to eat some....
|Above is the finished sorbet...as you can see it's a much lighter colour once you have broken all those ice crystals down and has a wonderful clean taste to it. My children love it...even those that don't like the plums.|
So there it is...a quick easy treat full of goodness. Just one thing to remember though...once the sorbet has been 'beaten' it will take up more room than when you first freeze it so don't more than half fill your containers. Also the first picture with all the plums is not the amount I used to make this sorbet...I was making other things at the same time.
Hope you like the sound of this and give it a try!!