Mango Sorbet Recipe
With the strong and intense flavor of this fruit, the refreshing mango sorbet recipe will soon become one favorite dessert, easy to prepare, extremely delicious, and, not to forget, healthy. A great low calorie dessert is one of the most pleasant ways to treat yourself and your friends. Discover the mango sorbet recipe!
There’s a famous legend which claims that the Roman emperor Nero was the one who invented sorbet during his reign, in the 1st century AD, mixing snow, honey and wine. Another legend states that Marco Polo brought this recipe from China, where the dessert was made also from snow, juice and fruit pulp.
Nowadays known as a frozen dessert made from sweetened water with iced fruit, the sorbet is extremely popular in Turkey, Persia, and other Middle Eastern countries, as well as Africa. In Africa, for example, the traditional sorbet it is called agraz, and it’s typically made form almonds, sugar and verjuice, due to this last ingredient, the sorbet has a stronger acidic flavor. The verjuice is a juice made from unripe grapes, sometimes also containing lemon, sorrel juice, spices and aromatic herbs.
There are many kinds of sorbet flavors, each matching one’s taste: the blue raspberry, key lime, orange, peach, mint, rose, strawberry, watermelon, lemon, vanilla or even wine. The mango sorbet recipe obviously is a fruit-based one. One advice when preparing this wonderful dessert would be to use Splenda instead of sugar, as this sweetener has only 2 calories/tsp, thus it contains little fat compared to natural sugar.
With an incredibly short preparation time (the dessert will be ready in only seven minutes), this recipe serves 4 and takes extra 3 ½ hours to rest in the refrigerator. Here are the necessary ingredients:
After the mango is peeled and chopped off to the right size, put in into a blender and mix it with the yogurt, the lemon juice and Splenda finally blend them well until they reach a nice, soft, texture. When ready, place the mixture into a shallow dish and put it into the refrigerator for 2 hours, uncovered, and make sure you verify its consistency from time to time. After the time has expired, pour the sorbet into the food processor and blend it until smooth, then put it back into the refrigerator for another hour.
After one hour, take the sorbet out from the freezer place it aside for 10 minutes. Garnish with a spring of mint and some raspberries too. It will taste delicious and plus, you’ll be well enjoying all the benefits of a low calorie dessert!
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