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Kiwi Sorbet

August 11, 2006

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  1. August 11, 2006 1:08 pm

    i love kiwi & sorbet. looks refreshing & this would be a big hit here! but we don’t have an ice-cream maker *boo hiss* but maybe i can find one on sale end of season — or better yet, @ a garage sale!

  2. August 11, 2006 2:04 pm

    Oh yes, that would be great if you could find one at a garage or estate sale 🙂 You’d definitely love having one. I actually bought mine new at Sam’s Club several years ago. It came with an extra freezer bowl and cost around $50. It’s the typical Cuisinart one.

  3. August 11, 2006 2:48 pm

    oh wow my son would love this.

  4. August 11, 2006 5:13 pm

    Again, I am glad you liked it! The idea for it just came to me in a flash.

    You could probably make it without an ice cream maker if you had time to stir it occasionally while it is freezing.

  5. August 11, 2006 10:03 pm

    flippen yum!!

  6. August 12, 2006 4:37 pm

    drool 😛

  7. August 13, 2006 1:49 am

    Hey, lookin’ GOOD!! I love the little kiwi seeds in there… just in case there was any confusion on what fruit was used to make such a lovely, lovely sorbet. YUMMY!! Way to make a yummy treat there, Vegan Diva!

  8. Muschtacio permalink
    August 15, 2006 7:20 pm

    Hey, I thought I would just let yall know of a way of making sorbets w/o an icecream maker. I have not tested it (actually, I have one going right now), but it sounds like it’d do the trick.
    “Pour into container, cover, and place mixture in the freezer. When it is semi-solid, mash it up with a fork and refreeze again. When frozen, place in a food processor or blender and process until smooth. Cover and refreeze until serving time.”
    I found these directions here.

  9. Muschtacio permalink
    August 16, 2006 4:02 pm

    Just thought I’d give an update; I followed those directions as close as I could (I mashed it up twice, because I realised the first time I did it, it wasn’t really hard enough), and man, it turned out great! Right after blending up the frozen sorbet, it was a little too mushy, but after an hour or two in the freezer; delicious! I do not have an ice cream maker to compare this to, but rest assured, if you don’t own an ice cream maker, you can still make delicious sorbets! (note: I only had four kiwis, so I just cut all the proportions in half for the recipie, and followed the directions on the site I posted above [the strawberry sorbet directions], eg., boiling the syrup, then reducing heat and simmering the syrup for five minutes). Good luck making your own sorbets!

  10. Muschtacio permalink
    August 16, 2006 4:09 pm

    Gosh, I have stop posting! Anywho, a clarification to my last post; I used the ingredients of the recipe posted by vegandiva, but the directions from the site I posted. That is, I didn’t use any vodka, though it would be nice to try next time, because after the sorbet refreezes (more than a couple of hours after blending it up), it becomes too hard/frozen, in my opinion. Viel Glück!

  11. August 16, 2006 7:16 pm

    Hi Muschtacio, I’m glad you were able to make the kiwi sorbet without an ice cream maker. The kiwi sorbet is so good and tastes much better than anything store bought 🙂

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