June 21, 2007

Pineapple Sorbet

Rain is only the beginning, frost will come next and snow will whiten all the hills and mountains. Yet, I'm here, dared myself to make pineapple sorbet. Is it weird?

Anyway, this is my entry for HHDH#13 themed Sorbet hosted by Laura of Eat Drink Live and Monthly Mingle Scream for Ice Cream hosted by Meeta of What's For Lunch, Honey?


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Pineapple Sorbet

1 pineapple, cut the head off and scoop out the flesh, blended in the food processor with 1 ¼ cup sugar until smooth. Pour into a saucepan and heat it until thicken slightly. Remove from the stove. Cool slightly before pouring into a metal container. Keep in the freezer until the sides of the sorbet on the container hardened. Break it with a fork and whiz in the food processor with 1 egg white until pale and smooth. Put back in a container and freeze until ready to serve.

12 comments:

Barbara said...

That is wonderful Arfi. I hope you sat by the fire to eat it. Thanks for joining HHDD.

Deborah said...

This looks so good - and what a wonderful presentation!!

Meeta said...

Certainly looks very refreshing. Thanks for the entry!

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

That looks superb! Wonderul presentation and photogrpahy!

Sylvia said...

loks so fresh and wonderful presentation,is my first visit and your love is wonderful.

Retno Prihadana said...

Hmmm...segerrrr. Salam kenal dari Hamburg ya.

Kristen said...

Beautiful! I love that photo. Gorgeous presentation!

Arfi Binsted said...

oh, i just realized I haven't replied any comments on this post. please, forgive, me, friends. and thank you all for the good words you put on this post.

Fruittart said...

As others have said -- stunning presentation, makes me want to eat the entire thing! Oooh. Brain freeze!

Anne said...

Yum - that looks and sounds amazing.

Pam said...

Arfi, this looks amazing. I bet it tastes as good as it looks...so refreshing...makes me think it's summer time

Arfi Binsted said...

fruittart: we're in Winter here, however, it is refreshing really to have it in front of the fire hehehe...

anne: thanks, anne!

pam: yeah... i am hoping it's summer here...sigh.