By momaphet on June 05, 2008
Photo by Charlotte J
Photo by Charlotte J
"A blend of lemon, orange and lime juices are brightened by a confetti of zests that add a special a zing. Time does not include chilling or mixing in your ice cream maker."
Serving Size: 1 (582 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"It would not be hard to eat the full pint at one time. I used Splenda to replace the sugar and used about half of the zest ask for, mainly because I hate grating the stuff. About 20 mins in the ice cream maker produced a beautiful and delicious sorbet. Can't wait for the weather to heat up because this will be even better in the heat."
"The ingredients were mixed 24 hours in advance and refrigerated. The mixturefroze quickly and was transferred to a covered bowl and allowed to age for a couple of hours in the freezer. This is very tart and I think that I could have used a little more of the sugar syrup. Also, for my taste the lime flavor was a little strong and the lime zest might be better reduced by 1/2. Made for *ZWT 4*"
"YUM! YUM! I made this exactly as written. It was definitely tart, but very refreshing. My DH loved it as is--7yo DS said he would like it a little sweeter. Next time I make it (and there will definitely be a next time), I'll use all the sugar syrup. I didn't have a juicer, so it took me longer than ten minutes to make. Thanks for posting! Made and reviewed for ZWT4."
"So bright and refreshing! Perfect on a HOT day."
"Absolutely delicious, light and refreshing.!! I used the 4 T of lime juice and only 1/2 cup of the simple syrup mix. I let it churn in my Cuisinart ice cream/yogurt maker for 15 minutes. I will be making this again. Made for Pinocchio's Birthday Party Challenge ZWT 7 - Italy"
"Delicious! Summers in Texas welcome this refreshing treat. I did cut back a bit on the zest per prior reviews. It is a wonder palette cleanser. We absolutely loved this recipe and will add it to permanent rotation. Thanks momaphet! Made for the Comfort Cafe, Summer 2009."
"Tangy and full of citrus flavours. This is a cleansing and refreshing sorbetto. Even my daughter enjoyed it and she always prefers ice cream. We did not find the zest to be too 'big', but I have a fine-toothed zester. My lime yielded about 3 tablespoons of juice. Thanks for a fine creation."
"Yummy! The citrus flavor in this is kind of zippy and refreshing. I used Splenda granular in mine to reduce the carbs and that was great. This has just the right balance of lemon and orange. Definitely 5 stars! Made for ZWT4 Kumquat's Kookin' Kaboodles. ~Sue"
"With revisions, this could be good. The pieces of zest floating around in there just ruin it totally. It also was WAY too tart. After it made, we let it melt a bit and stirred in 3/4 cup of powdered sugar. We'll just deal with the bits floating around. My suggestion for future makers is to leave out the zest all together and add 1/2 cup of powdered sugar. Then it's edible. Made for ZWT4 and I hate giving it less than a stellar review, but it may be just taste differences?"
"My DH and I tried this tonight and he said to give this 7 stars! Wow! I used the minimum sugar -- i.e., 1/2 cup and DH said he wouldn't make it any sweeter! This is fabulous, and I'll be making this all summer long as a follow-up to our Mexican and Indian dinners -- palate cleansing, after all! Thanks Chic Chefs! Made for ZWT4."
"I used all the sugar syrup in here after reading the reviews and I also used sugar substitute and didn't use an ice cream maker but a blender. Works for me! It came out as if I used an ice cream maker. lol Love having this in this heat! Thanks! Made for WZT4."