How Do I Make Orange Sorbet?


You can make an orange sorbet by juicing about 2 oranges, heating about 250 ml of water in a sauce pan and dissolving about 200g of castor sugar. Add the orange juice and allow it to cool completely before freezing the mixture in a lidded container for 30 minutes.
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To make Orange Sorbetn, add water and sugar in a saucepan and heat gradually until the sugar has liquefied and then allow the syrup to cool. Then add the orange juice to the syrup, blend them and then discharge it into a 1 pint superficial plastic lidded container. Put the sorbet into refrigerator until just firm. Put the sorbet and squash down until there are no huge pieces, and then fold in a stiffly whisked egg white. Take back the sorbet to the container and cover up, and return to the freezer until required.
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