Tastebud Tickling Bellini Sorbet
photo by MamaJ
- Ready In:
- Stir sugar into water in a small saucepan over medium heat.
- Stir until sugar dissolves.
- Bring to a slow boil and boil for 3 minutes. Cool.
- Puree peaches in a blender; add cooled syrup and lemon juice.
- Stir in wine.
- Freeze in ice cream maker according to manufacturer's directions.
- Serve in a cocktail glass.
- *May also serve a small scoop in a tall glass and add sparkling wine for a refreshing after dinner dessert drink.
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Went out and got myself an ice cream maker just to try a few of the wonderful recipes posted for the world tour. Anyway, this was the first recipe I've ever done in an ice cream maker and I just could not have alked for more. This recipe is absolutely fantastic. I loved the sweetness of it and I can only imagine if I had really ripe peaches, just how much better it would be. Easy to make even for a beginner. Came out so decadent tasting! Loving every bite! Well done Team!! Made for the Babes of ZWT4.
I really wanted to stay true to this recipe, but unfortunately I did not have enough peaches that was any good and could not find frozen ones at our regular store. I did, however have some leftover frozen mango I just used for jam and apples. So, I used one peach, leftover mango, and one apple along with prosecco to make this sorbetto on this incredibly hot, hot day in Northern California. I used a blender to blend all the fruits and added other ingredients before processing it in the ice cream maker. This sorbetto made my husband very happy waiting for our burger dinner. I do think that sugar can be adjusted somewhat depending on the sweetness of fruits. I plan on cutting back on sugar next time since I'm really not into sweet taste - maybe 1/3 C to 1/2 C only. Thank you for coming up with this treat! We loved it.
FOR ZWT4: So easy to make!! I felt a bit guilty, because I had to use canned (drained) peaches. We do not get frozen, and it's the middle of winter in SA!! I used less sugar to compensate for the peaches canned in syrup. I also had to use a local bubbly which I knew was good quality. This is a lovely, light sorbet. Sorry about no photo: when I'd got it all set up, I found my camera batteries were flat!!! (No wonder, it's worked hard to far for ZWT4!!!)
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