June 10, 2012

Tamarillos and Yogurt Sorbet

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I have been experimenting with Tamarillos lately, making another unfussy dessert for the entire family member. I long for something refreshing other than tamarillos juice, the one that always be real favorite of mine*Jus Belande.

Tamarillo is an egg-shaped edible fruit, a family member of tomato, The fruits are very high in vitamin A and C. The flesh of the Tamarillo is tangy and variably sours, with a bold and complex flavor. However, it may be compared to kiwifruit, tomato, guava and passion fruit






I came up with an idea of Tamarillos yogurt sorbet, it absolutely perfect choices to fulfill the demand on the summer day. 

Apart from that, it becomes important when I imagine that the sorbet could beat my son favorite chocolate ice cream.My excitement to get it on the nail has been polished, I cant effort to see my son react, counter the dessert imperfectly and it became a challenge for me to be honest.

I put my effort to make the recipe works beautiful, my expectation point levels really lights up and switch to succeed. Everyone happy with a cup of their treat that I made and for you to know, I never ever wish to hide a do-well recipe that has been through trial and error in my kitchen and here they go…







Tamarillos and yogurt sorbet
Serves 4 




Ingredients

8 Tamarillos, halved and scoop the flesh using a spoon
1/3 cup Greek yogurt
¼ granulated sugar
½ cup water



Method

Combine all the ingredients in a blender process until smooth.
*or you can place all the ingredients in a jug, puree using a hand blender

Place a sieve on top of a bowl, pour in the smooth mixture, 
use the back of a spoon to push excess pulp. 

Place mixture in a shallow metal tray, 
cover with foil and place in the freezer for 1hour or until almost firm 

To serve, scoop desired amount of frozen sorbet in a single cup/glass