The morning sun was hot today and for once I found that there were too much cars on the road that added to the almost stifling heat. And, then I found that there were too much people in the bank, but I remembered that it was month end and we had two holidays this week….happiness eh? lol 🙂
The Effects of Water on Galvanize
The day eventually ended with a long shower of rain that was very sleep inducing. You know how the rain sounds on the galvanize roof? ……It’s a lulaby to a Trini’s ears especially on mornings. It makes you feel to “pull for yuh cover and go back to sleep”. Ent?
Anyhow, between sleep and wake, while all this rain was falling I got to work on today’s recipe. I opted to do something with mangoes since we have a lot these days. You can ask any Trini, rainy season is synonymous with mango season. Mangoes can be found every where on the island during this time or as we say in Trini creole “mango kickin’ dog fuss it have mango” hahaha! 😀
A Simple Mango Sorbet
So today I did a simple mango sorbet recipe that’s also quick, easy and might I say very delicious. Before we start here are a few quick points:
- Try to use a mango that’s not too fibrous. (That’s why I chose mango Julie!)
- Check the ripeness of the mango. It must not be over ripe.
- Lemon juice could be substituted for the lime juice.
Are you ready to make mango sorbet? Let’s begin.
Mango Sorbet Recipe
2 cups mango pulp ( I used Julie mango )
2 tbsp lime juice
3/4 cup sugar
Note: Alternatively, you can freeze in an ice cream maker according to manufacturer’s instructions.
How easy was that? Did you enjoy it? Well I hope you did because I did and I still have some in the freezer ….Oh wait, I think I hear it calling me…..lol! 🙂
I have to go……..” unwrapping foil….. “
More quick recipes to come…. ” Now where did I put the scoop?…….”
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