Simple Pineapple Sorbet
A simple pineapple sorbet that's so easy to make and yet so delicious. A recipe that was shared by my friend, Yogesh. We used raw sugar in this recipe instead of refined sugars to make it a little bit healthier. Sugar is optional though if you are afraid that the dessert will turn out too sweet. The lemon juice gives a refreshing zest to the whole dessert!
- Sweet Pineapple (1)
- Lemon (1)
- Raw Sugar (100 - 200 grams)
Remove the skin of the pineapple, taking care not to cut out too much of the juicy insides.
Remove the eyes of the pineapple as well as the hard core in the middle of it. Slice up the pineapple into bite sized pieces.
Juice your lemon.
Combine pineapple, lemon juice and sugar in blender.
Blend away! Suggest you pulse first to break up the bits then blend on high to make it into a very fine consistency. (You can taste the puree at this point and add in more sugar if needed)
Pour puree into containers and freeze for around 8 hours.
(Optional - at the 3rd/4th hour, take a fork and stir through the frozen puree to break up the frost and mix it in. I thought the sorbet felt smoother through this process.)
PS: If sorbet is too frozen (ie very hard), just let it thaw for a little bit before serving.
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