St Clement's Sorbet

I told you not to hold your breath; I'm still not 'up and running' in my new curing den. Things are progressing, but it looks like being a while longer before I can order the pig!

New curing room

One good thing to come out of all the upheaval is that we've finally found the base to the ice cream machine - so here's one of my favourite sorbets:

St. Clement's Sorbet


Sugar Syrup
7oz Sugar
7fl oz Water
Heat together and boil for 1 minute – cool.

egg white (beaten)
Oranges and lemons


Grate the rind of 2 oranges and 1 lemon.
Squeeze the juice from the fruit.
Add more orange and lemon juice in a ratio of 2:1 to make 9fl oz.
Mix with the syrup, ½ the beaten egg white and the grated rind.
Put it into the Ice Cream Maker and churn it for 30-40 mins

St Clement's sorbet

Then put it into the freezer. There's no grated zest in this one because the fruit I used was a bit grotty. However, it's a lot nicer with the finely grated zest included.

St Clement's sorbet

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