In this sherbet, the balsamic and strawberries are up front and center on the initial taste but it finishes with the tang of buttermilk.
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Root beer plus vanilla ice cream all in one scoop.
A cross between sorbet and ice cream, full of both dairy richness and the tart berry flavor of blood orange.
This has more fat than your typical sherbet, but half and half adds welcome richness and milky flavor that tastes just like a cup of tea.
This Lemon Mint Sherbet is a shining example of Medrich's way with the processor. Instead of breaking out the ice cream maker, she's come up with an innovative method to make smooth, lemony sherbet by freezing the base and then whizzing it in the bowl of the food processor, aerating it, and then returning to the freezer to firm it up a bit more. It's bright, fresh, and even a little sparkly, and the best part is there's no need to dust off the ice cream maker.
The recipe may look like it calls for a lot of sugar, but it's worth it. This sherbet is lush, velvety and, if I say so myself, better than any I've had from a scoop shop.
This sherbet is only as good as the iced coffee that goes into it, so use the best you can get or make. Once you've managed that, this recipe comes together in less than ten minutes and is churned in another twenty.
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