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  • TM 31
published: 2013/02/18
changed: 2013/03/01


Lychee Coconut Cream Sorbet

  • 565 can Lychees
  • 150 grams coconut cream or milk
  • 70 grams sugar
  • 2 portions egg whites

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    Lychee Coconut Cream Sorbet
  1. Freeze the juice from the tin of lychees in ice cube trays.  Place the lychees and egg white in a plastic bay and freeze. Freeze the coconut cream or milk in ice cube trays. 

    Place the  sugar in TIM bowl and blend on speed 10 for 6 seconds.

    Add all other  ingredients and churn on speed 10 for about 1 minute until smooth and creamy. Use your Thermomix spatula to move your frozen mixture around if necessary.

    Instert your Butterfly Attachment  and whisk on speed 4 for for 30 seconds.

    Serve immediately or place straight  int the freezer until required.

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  • 7. January 2024 - 22:21

    This sounds delicious! Could I make this with fresh lychees? What would I do about the lychee juice/liquid and what liquid volume would I need?

  • 14. December 2015 - 21:30

    For me this recipe wasn't hugely successful - for the initial 1min at speed 10, it kept air pocketing and had to be stopped & scraped down about 5 times, each time melting more & more. After the 30 sec of butterfly, it was really quite sloppy, but still a grainy texture from the sugar & ice crystals remaining. The flavour is nice, I would probably halve or even omit the sugar if making again as it is almost sickly sweet. 

  • 22. November 2014 - 02:22

    I followed this recipe exactly and it was a real hit. I had done it previously ages ago using fresh egg white (as for other sorbet and fruity dream recipes). It worked so much better with all ingredients frozen solid!

    This is a perfect dessert to follow an Asian meal - or anytime really!

    But I am tempted next time to blitz some lime rind with the sugar!

    Thanks for sharing the recipe. Sharing the love!


    John Clark

    Independent Consultant (WA)

  • 8. April 2014 - 10:56

    Absolutely delicious. Served with a sprig of fresh mint. I only put things into the freezer around 3:30pm and made it 8:30pm and it was just fantastic. Now I need to buy more cans of lychees!

  • 21. January 2014 - 21:41

    My partner loves lychees so this was a big hit. I don't really like anything lychee flavored, but love coconut, so even I liked it tmrc_emoticons.)

  • 19. January 2014 - 18:00

    Had this last night. Absolutely delicious. Would be great with some Malibu too!

  • 27. March 2013 - 22:09

    Really easy, and delicious on a hot day. 

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