3 Reviews

This was really good. I used the juice from 4 pomegranates, which I think would make a much tastier sorbet, but it is more work and more of a mess. I halved the water, because I really wanted the pomegranate flavor to shine. I also used lime instead of lemon, since it goes so well with pomegranate. Yummy!!

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Maito October 13, 2007

I prefer sorbets made with real fruit instead of juice, but this one is still very good! It's tart and refreshing. I added a few tablespoons of vodka to the mixture to keep it from getting too hard in the freezer, and by the following morning it was perfect. Thanks for the recipe, CoffeeMom!

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halcrewebon July 30, 2006

This had a great taste! A friend was making a big Indian dinner, so I made this along with cardamom ice cream and coconut ice cream. I thought the amount might be too much for my ice cream machine, so I reduced the water to about 1-1/4 cup. My machine wasn't cold enough to freeze this very much (after making the other ice creams!), so I put it in a container and put it in the freezer. I thought it would be too hard but it had a really nice texture. I used Knudsen "Just Pomegranate" juice, which by itself tasted a little bitter, but the sorbet's flavor was tart and refreshing and there was no bitterness at all. Thanks so much for posting this! It was just what I was looking for.

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Mymble June 18, 2005
Pomegranate Sorbet