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Mango Sorbet

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Using fresh, seasonal produce to create a simple but decadent dessert for your guests couldn’t be easier.

Lyndey Milan whips up  beautiful smooth Mango Sorbet in just ten minutes with help from a Breville scraper mixer, and the pre-chilled ice-cream bowl. Here Lyndey shows you how it’s done – watch until the end to hear Breville’s special offer exclusively on The Carousel.

INGREDIENTS
1/2 cup caster sugar
2 x (500g) large fresh mangoes, peeled
1 teaspoon lemon juice

METHOD
Add 65ml/1/4 cup water and sugar to a small saucepan, heat over medium heat, stirring to dissolve the sugar and bring to the boil. Remove from heat and pour into a heat resistant jug. Allow to cool.
Puree mango flesh in a blender until smooth.
Combine mango, lemon juice and sugar syrup in a bowl.
Refrigerate for at least 2 hours or until chilled.
Attach the scraper paddle and thermal ice cream bowl to the planetary mixer. Set the mixer to Fold/Kneading setting, attach splash guard and pour the chilled sorbet mixture into the bowl. Churn mixture for 10 minutes or until desired consistency is reached. Best eaten immediately and served with sticky coconut rice.

Keeps: for 3-4 days frozen in a plastic container with a fitted lid. Remove from freezer 5 minutes before serving to soften.

COOK’S NOTES
Replace mango with seasonal fruits: passionfruit, peach, nectarine, plum, lemon, lime, watermelon and pear.

Mango-Sorbet

 

 

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Written by Lyndey Milan

Lyndey Milan, OAM, Australian home cook hero, combines a thirst for life and a sense of fun with a love of good food and sparkling shiraz.

A familiar face on television and in print, she has been instrumental in changing the way Australians think and feel about food and wine for thirty years.

Hospitality of the table is her catchphrase, as evidenced by her numerous television appearances, nine best-selling books and countless culinary appearances over the years as she maintains her position at the forefront of Australian cuisine. Since 2011 Lyndey has hosted seven television series including Lyndey Milan’s Taste of Australia currently on 7TWO on Sundays at 1.30pm. The accompanying book won BEST TV Chef Cookbook in the World in English & Best Culinary Travel book in Australia in The Gourmand World Cookbook Awards 2015. In the Best of the Best judged at the Frankfurt Book Fair she came 3rd overall in the last 20 years!

Fresh with Lyndey Milan can be heard on 2UE 954’s Lunchtime Lowdown from 2 – 3pm every Thursday.

In 2014 Lyndey was awarded an OAM in the Australia Day Honours List for services to hospitality, the food and wine industry and the community and in 2012 was made Vittoria Legend in the Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide Awards.

She is also the Food editor of TheCarousel.com

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