Thermomix Trio of Melon Sorbet

Trio of Melon Sorbet

500 g Watermelon (peeled, seeds removed and chopped roughly and frozen into pieces)
500 g Rockmelon (peeled, seeds removed and chopped roughly and frozen into pieces)
500 g Honeydew Melon (peeled, seeds removed and chopped roughly and frozen into pieces)
150 g of sugar (approx 50 g of sugar for each 500 g of fruit or to taste)

Place sugar in bowl and pulverize for 10 seconds on Speed 9 and set aside.

Add 50 g of milled sugar back into TM bowl and pieces of frozen watermelon.  Slowly increase to Speed 10 and use spatula to emulsify to a smooth consistency.  Takes about 1 minute.

Remove watermelon from bowl and place into freezer safe container. Place in freezer.

Repeat process to rockmelon and honeydew, placing into separate containers.

Serve sorbet layed into the three colours – orange, green and pink – in tall glasses.

What a refreshing treat on a hot day!

Recipe from the Thermomix Festive 2004 Cooking Class and provided by the lovely Janet Dillon.

Enjoy xx

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