Summer is here, and nothing screams summer more than a delicious, cold treat to cool you down. If you’re looking for something unique that still packs a punch of flavor, then look no further: lime sorbet! With its bright, citrusy taste, this classic Italian dessert combines the perfect combination of zestiness, sweetness, and smoothness to make your summer even sweeter.
Whether it’s enjoyed all on its own or served as part of an end-of-day celebration with friends or family, the lime sorbet will surely delight everyone. Read on for tips about how to make the perfect batch of lime sorbet – we guarantee you won’t regret it!
What Basically Is Lime Sorbet?
Lime sorbet is a tangy sorbet that comes together when we blend together the lime juice, zest, sugar, and water with a little ice, then freeze it
in an ice cream machine for 20 to 25 minutes. Then throw it in a container, put it in the freezer for 2 hours, and it will be scoopable. For more information, see the recipe below!
How to Store and Freeze the Lime Sorbet?
After churning, the sorbet will firm up even more in the freezer. It tastes the finest after two hours in the freezer.
Lime sorbet can stay in an airtight jar in the freezer for a month. Allow it to warm up on the counter for a few minutes before scooping.
Tips for Making Perfect Lime Sorbet
- We recommend using freshly squeezed lime juice for this recipe. If you have it, bottled will work, although the taste will be muffled.
- 8 to 10 medium to large limes should give enough juice to fill 1 cup, but keep in mind that some limes are less juicy than others, so you may need somewhat more fruit.
- Key limes are exceptionally tart and will produce a particularly sour sorbet. Adjust accordingly.
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- 2 tbsp fresh lime zest grated
- ½ cup maple syrup
- 2 cups fresh lime juice
- Freeze the ice cream maker tub for about 24hours before making sorbet.
- In a pan, add all ingredients except for limejuice over medium heat and cook for about 1 minute, stirring continuously.
- Remove from heat and stir in lime juice.
- Transfer into an airtight container.
- Refrigerate for about 2 hours.
- Now, transfer the mixture into an icecreammaker and process according to transfer the sorbet into an airtight containerand freeze for about 2 hours.
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