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machine and freeze 12 to 15 minutes.
Makes about 1 quart.
Alcohol sorbets defrost quickly, so leave this in the machine until moments before
serving. Serve as part of a long dinner or for dessert with fresh strawberries.
1 bottle (about 3 cups) chilled Champagne
1 ½ cups simple syrup
Pour the Champagne and simple syrup into the bowl of the machine and freeze 30
Makes 5 cups
Traditional formal French dinners include a non-sweet sorbet in the middle of the
meal as a palate cleaner. We find they can be a fun course even for simple dinners,
especially in the summer. Very small portions are all that are needed. One cup will
serve 6 to 8 dinners
1 ¾ cups plus 2 tablespoons Calvados
3 tablespoons simple syrup
Heat 1 ½ cups Calvados in a saucepan over medium heat until warm. Turn off the
heat, stand back and touch a lit match to the Calvados. Let it flame until the flames
die down, about 8 minutes. Stir in the remaining 6 tablespoons unflamed Calvados
and the simple syrup.
Pour the mixture into the bowl of the ice cream maker and freeze. Please follow
the manufacturer’s instructional manual. 30 minutes.
Sherbets are ices, usually fruit-flavored, similar to sorbets (sometimes the words
are used interchangeably) but sherbets usually have more ingredients, such as milk,
egg whites or gelatin. We’ve made our milk sherbets with the dieter in mind, using