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These were the hit of our Anniversary party ! After mixing fat free condensed milk with the juices I mixed them with my hand held mixer on low for about 1 minute and it seemed to fluff up a bit. I otherwise followed exactly and they were fabulous. Thank you.

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Chef RZ Fan January 18, 2008

This was delicious! We used the orange guts that we scooped out to help make the filling (in a vitamix so they weren't all pulpy). Yummy!

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Da Huz May 24, 2012

This was sooooo good! I didn't have any orange juice so I used the only juice I had in my fridge- Diet Cranberry Pomegranate from Oceanspray!!! I cut the juice amount in half (only because I didn't have enough) and the sorbet came out perfect. Thanks!

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Stefanie828 January 09, 2010

Very good recipe. The last time I made this I mixed in some ice cream to the orange mixture.

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anme January 11, 2007

I love these! They're a very popular dessert in restaurants in Japan. You can use lemon juice and serve it in a lemon or use any other fruit that has a sturdy outer-peel. Thanks for posting a great homemade version!

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Ingy October 10, 2006

very tasty and fresh. Easy to make and nice presentation. my guesses like them very much

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hakwaiwong August 18, 2006

Simple and tasty. Everyone ate it up. Thanks for the idea, next time I might add some lemon or lime.

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ieatfoOod. June 23, 2006
Orange Sorbet