Jun 16, 2012

Tangelo Sorbet

Tangelo Sorbet
This is a very refreshing sorbet. While I made it with fruit from our tangelo tree, any citrus will do. It's not too sweet, and the wine keeps it from over freezing.

You will need an ice cream maker. I use this one. To squeeze the fruit, I use this juicer for a large amount, but you'll need a Kitchen Aid mixer to use it. I am particularly fond of this gadget for squeezing individual lemons, limes, or small oranges.

Tangelo sorbet adapted from Annie's Eats

1 C tangelo juice, divided
1/4 C sugar
3 T cava, prosecco, or some other wine wine. You can also use vodka or white vermouth. I used a cava.
Mix 1/4 C of the juice with the sugar. Heat in a saucepan just until the sugar has melted. Turn off the heat and add in the rest of the juice. add the wine.
Place the mixture in the fridge until it gets really cold. Three to four hours.
Freeze the mixture in your ice cream maker for about 30 minutes (time will depend on your ice cream maker)
Place in a shallow container, cover, and place in the freezer until fully frozen.

It's so good.

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