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Thermomix Lemon Sorbet no eggs

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The good weather has finally come back, and with the arrival of the heat, the period for sorbets/ice creams that we love so much is back.
And in the heat a nice lemon sorbet without egg whites is more than good. Fresh and hydrating, ideal after meals.

You read it right, without egg whites, because in reality the original sorbet has them, but I wanted to try the version without, much lighter
and also suitable for vegans.

With the sorbet I have officially started the “family ice cream shop” and soon there will be many other ad hoc recipes.

I wish you a good day and I leave you with the recipe for the thermomix lemon sorbet.

See you for the next recipe!

Nea!

Thermomix Lemon Sorbet no eggs

Valid for: Thermomix TM6 / TM5 / TM31

5 minutes Time
5 Servings
Cost
Difficulty

Ingredients

  • 2 lemons natural
  • 180 gr sugar
  • 700 gr ice

Instructions

  1. Put the sugar in the jug, pulverize: 30 sec. speed Turbo.

  2. Peel the lemons, cut them into pieces, remove the seeds and put them in the jug, add the ice, mince: 1 min. from speed 4 to speed Turbo.

  3. Serve immediately... Enjoy your meal!

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One thought on “Thermomix Lemon Sorbet no eggs

  1. Sounds so easy! I haven’t made sorbet since the demo by the vendor… I wonder why not!

    I always thought you had to use frozen fruit; didn’t realise you could use mushed fruit/juice and add ice to it! I always have a bag of cubes in my freezer, is that ok or are they too big? I know Theo (my Thermomix) can handle a lot, but won’t it blunt the blades?

    I know winter is coming but I’ll have to give this a try, since I always have lemons, ice and sugar, and it sounds like it won’t take long! Can you add herbs too, if they’re whizzed up with the lemon? Lemon balm for example? I’ve got a lot of that. Or, might it ruin it?

    The picture shows the sorbet looking very icy rather than smooth; I appreciate that’s due to the lack of egg, but does it affect the eating of it much?

    Also (final Q I promise) instead of serving asap, can you freeze what you don’t eat, for another day? Albeit it will obviously be quite icy.

    Thanks for the recipe, would love to know more!

    (I know I could just test it, the ingredients aren’t expensive, but I’m physically disabled which is partly why I got my wonderful Theo – and don’t have energy to spare, sadly. So any response will help a lot. Cheers!)

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