Strawberry Sorbeto

15 Jul

During my recent trip to Las Vegas I learned the Italian word for sorbet… SORBETO. Kind of funny because in Spanish, or at least here in Puerto Rico, “sorbeto” is what we call a drinking straw.

People at the Yoga Center go crazy for ice creams or frozen desserts of any kind. They’re a nice welcome change from the traditional cake they usually serve. And me, I’m not the cake-lover type. I rather eat a cookie or an ice cream any day before I crave a slice of cake.

So for our Italian Dinner at the Yoga Center I was asked to help out, specifically with desserts… who doesn’t like ice creams, no?? But to make it easy on me I decided to make a very traditional and natural SORBETO. I made a HUGE batch of this, but let’s just scale it down as if I was making it for a dinner party at home…

STRAWBERRY SORBETO

4 cups frozen strawberries
4 tbs of agave nectar

Yep… that’s it. 2 ingredients. That’s why its soooooo good.

  1. Cut the strawberries in quarters, it’ll be easier for the food processor to puree them. Place the cut strawberries in a food processor as you cut them.
  2. Drizzle the agave nectar over the cut berries.
  3. Pulse a few times to get the berries going. Process until the berries turn into a slushy puree. Transfer to a glass or plastic container and freeze until ready to serve.

 

This is soooo refreshing on a hot Summer afternoon…

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5 Responses to “Strawberry Sorbeto”

  1. Melissa's Meanderings July 15, 2011 at 10:45 am #

    So simple!

  2. bydesign001 July 16, 2011 at 3:55 pm #

    Here in NYC, it has been hot and humid for the past three weeks. Today is a tad cooler but 86 degrees and then back into the mid-90’s with matching humidity.

    The strawberry sorbeto is right on time especially since I got a really good bargain on strawberries the other day.

    My grands will love Sunday’s desert.

    Thanks for sharing.

  3. Ann August 11, 2011 at 12:15 am #

    That’s pretty cool! I love sorbet ….

  4. annie smith September 8, 2012 at 9:21 pm #

    ugh i so wouldve loved to make this but no picture of the finished product and i cant waste all that money :(

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