Monday, 17 November 2014

Cantaloupe Melon Sorbet ~Secret Recipe challenge 17th November 2014



This is my assignment with the Secret Recipe Club.The aim of the club is that you are allocated a blog from which you have to select a recipe and try it and blog about it.

This month I was assigned The Texan New Yorker that is written by Julie who describes herself as " A myopic, finicky eater with no food conscience, who transformed into a grown-up who loves cooking, food, adventurous eating, and cares deeply about where food comes from."  I looked through Julies blog and found some lovely recipes but finally I settled for the cantaloupe melon sorbet as I had an over ripe cantaloupe melon sitting in the fruit basket screaming at me to use it!!

The sorbet was refreshing and simply delicious, the only changes I made were that I added a forlorn ripe peach that was staring at me from the fruit basket and omitted the wine since I don't drink.

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Cantaloupe Melon Sorbet


Refreshingly sweet and fragrant Cantaloupe Melon Sorbet.

Ingredients:
  • 1 Cantaloupe Melon
  • 1 large ripe peach
  • 1/2 cup sugar or honey to taste
  • 1 tablespoon lime juice
  • Peach slices for garnish
Method:

1. Cut the melon in half and remove the seeds, cut the melon rind off and cut the melon into cubes.2. Cut the peach in half and remove the stone and cut it into quarters. 3. Add the melon, peach, lime juice and sugar to the Optimum 9400 blender and blend for 1 minute.4. Pour the mixture into a plastic tupperware and place it in the freezer for three hours, after which take it out of the freezer and rake it with a fork and return it to the freezer to keep overnight.5. To serve remove the sorbet from the freezer and leave it at room temperature for 2-3 minutes after which rake it with a fork again..6. Scoop the sorbet into serving cups and garnish with peach slices.
Details
Prep time: Freezing time: Yield: 8 servings















































I made my Peach Sorbet in the Optimum 9400 blender. It is very versatile and it will blend, purée, grate, chop, make ice cream, hot soups, nut butters and nut milk.




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23 comments:

  1. This sounds really delicious, and nice and easy too!

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  2. fantastic bowl..perfect cooler..

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  3. Look delicious! I love cantaloupe!

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  4. I love that you added a peach to the recipe, I bet that tasted spectacular! So glad you enjoyed it. :)

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  5. This just reminds me of summertime. Which would be perfect right now because I'm freezing! =o) Delicious!
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  6. The mixture of the cantaloupe and the peach sounds wonderful! I'll for sure have to try this!!!

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  7. some time back I had made some cantaloupe melon sorbet but it didn't taste that great. I like that you have added a strong flavoured fruit peach, and lime juice. That definitely would make it taste better.

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  8. now that does sound delicous! I could jsut eat it right now

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  10. It looks delicious. I had no idea sorbet was so uncomplicated to make.

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  11. This looks so amazing, I absolutely love melon x

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  12. This looks so refreshing. Perfect for between courses and to finish off a meal.

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  13. This looks lovely and refreshing I bet it will be great on a summers day or after a rich meal.

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  14. I bet that tastes incredible, melon is one of the few fruits I like and I can imaine a sorbet is really fresh and yummy.

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  15. It looks delicious.
    I can almost imagine myself munching on it during hot summer evening.

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  16. This looks and sounds so refreshing. Perfect for a summer afternoon.

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  17. I have to remember this one for the summer - yum!

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  18. What a delicious recipe! And link-up too! So many good new things to try.

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  19. That's sounds delicious. Thank you for sharing, will have to try in the summer

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  20. Easy and healthy dessert, a winner in my books!xx

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  21. This looks amazing! And I bet it tastes the same! What a lovely summer dish!

    Laura x x x

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