1/1 Photo of Raspberry-Chambord Sorbet
Chambord can be served straight or on the rocks, and is frequently served in mixes with cognac or champagne. It is a very dark purple color, with a slightly syrupy consistency, and is as sweet as candy. The luscious flavor comes from a mixture of black cherry, black raspberry, plum, honey and assorted herbs. The flavoring of the Chambord adds to this deep-ruby sorbet. Courtesy Diana Baker Woodall, June 27, 2004. Haven't allowed for freezing time in ice cream maker, as they all vary according to different manufacturers'.
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- 1In a saucepan, combine the sugar and water over high heat.
- 2Stir occasionally until the sugar is completely dissolved and the syrup is simmering, about 5 minutes.
- 3Remove from the heat. (You should have about 1/2 cup syrup.).
- 4In a mixing bowl, combine the warm syrup with the raspberry puree, Chambord and lemon juice. Stir well to combine and then let mixture cool to room temperature.
- 5For faster freezing, transfer the mixture to the refrigerator to chill there first.
- 6Freeze the mixture in an ice-cream maker, following the manufacturer's instructions.
- 7When ready to serve, place the sorbet in a pretty dessert cup, parfait glasses, or even champagne flutes; with macadamia nut cookies, and a sprig of mint.
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Nutritional Facts for Raspberry-Chambord Sorbet
Serving Size: 1 (544 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
- Amount Per Serving
- % Daily Value
- Calories 130.5
- Calories from Fat 6
- Total Fat 0.6 g
- Saturated Fat 0.0 g
- Cholesterol 0.0 mg
- Sodium 1.5 mg
- Total Carbohydrate 32.3 g
- Dietary Fiber 6.8 g
- Sugars 23.8 g
- Protein 1.3 g
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