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Lime, Coconut and Berry Sorbet (Cyndi O'Meara)


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Ingredients

2 litre(s)

Sorbet

  • 4 Kaffir lime leaves
  • 150 g raw or rapadura sugar
  • 1 tin coconut cream
  • 400 g Frozen Berries
  • 550 g ice cubes, (500 - 600g), divided into two portions
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Recipe's preparation

    Sorbet
  1. Place leaves and sugar into mixing bowl and mill together 10 sec/speed 9.

  2. Add coconut cream and berries with half the ice and blend 10 - 15 sec/speed 9.

  3. Add remaining ice and combine for 1 min/speed 9 or until blended and smooth, using spatula to assist. Serve immediately.

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Tip

Recipe will make around 2L of sorbet. Try changing the berries for a different taste every time


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  • Great recipe! My whole dinner

    Submitted by Anza Bananza on 20. April 2016 - 18:13.

    Great recipe! My whole dinner party loved it! 

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  • Soo yummy and fresh.

    Submitted by cellii on 16. September 2015 - 12:30.

    Soo yummy and fresh.

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  • thanks for recipe- So

    Submitted by BKBK9 on 2. January 2015 - 00:05.

    thanks for recipe- So delicious! I used 150ml coconut cream.

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  • This sorbet is very yummy and

    Submitted by Rjkcoote on 20. December 2014 - 10:11.

    This sorbet is very yummy and a bit hit every time it make it.

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  • This recipe was gorgeous! I

    Submitted by nickivm on 19. November 2014 - 20:18.

    This recipe was gorgeous! I loved the hint of lime

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  • Delicious dessert that even

    Submitted by danara on 30. June 2014 - 19:06.

    Delicious dessert that even the kids loved! tmrc_emoticons.) Portion control went right out the window :P

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  • I made this with frozen

    Submitted by digibron on 21. June 2014 - 09:54.

    I made this with frozen cherries and 180g coconut cream (left out the lime leaves) and it was AMAZING! I served some at a gathering at my house and it was a huge success.

     

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  • I made this without the lime

    Submitted by Shazpop on 5. April 2014 - 13:34.

    I made this without the lime leaves as I didn't have any but it was still absolutely amazing!!!

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  • Tried this at my demo last

    Submitted by PNHAM on 2. February 2014 - 23:11.

    Tried this at my demo last night & it was delish and I'm not a huge coconut fan.

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  • Loved this! I used frozen

    Submitted by KyleeS on 13. January 2014 - 00:42.

    Loved this! I used frozen blackberries as that was all I had on hand but it was amazing.

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  • I used frozen coconut cream

    Submitted by Thermomistress on 12. January 2014 - 23:36.

    I used frozen coconut cream and no ice and it turned out beautifully. I love the kaffir lime leaf addition.

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  • I used a small tin of coconut

    Submitted by tash76 on 11. January 2014 - 21:16.

    I used a small tin of coconut after reading the previous comments. IMO it worked well. Thanks for sharing

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  • Sorry to say this, but the

    Submitted by Sundrop2204 on 14. December 2013 - 14:18.

    Sorry to say this, but the taste came out terrible for me. Texture was fine. The raspberry flavour was completely overwhelmed by the coconut cream, making it taste like beef rendang sorbet! Whoever put this recipe up should at least specify what size tin of coconut cream to use- even I was careful, adding only half of a 440ml tin but it tasted so overwhelmingly like coconut curry! This recipe needs serious improvement. 

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  • Great flavour,  I was worried

    Submitted by Andrew17 on 24. September 2013 - 21:48.

    Great flavour,  I was worried about the amount of coconut cream but used 500g Frozen strawberries and it came out perfect. A big hit in my household

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  • Suggest use small tin of

    Submitted by Fergie on 22. March 2013 - 11:20.

    Suggest use small tin of coconut cream, ie 180 ml. Works a treat then!

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  • Unbelievable flavour! I love

    Submitted by Fergie on 23. February 2013 - 21:18.

    Unbelievable flavour! I love this sorbet but cut down dramatically on the amount of coconut cream as. 440 ml tin makes a very runny sorbet. Use about 150 ml and you still get flavour but a better texture. The recipe quantities are a bit vague. I suspect the original recipe used one of those small tins you can find if you hunt around.

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