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Cashmere Rose’ Sorbet (without ice cream maker)

cashmere rose sorbet recipe

A simple, sweet, summer sorbet. Altogether, we have the perfect combination of tasty, cold and refreshing dessert with a hint of zest. Follow our easy instructions and message us if you want more of these recipes. Enjoy a low-fat, low-carb delight.

What you need:
  • Firstly, you need sugar of around 2/3 cups. Add more if you’d like it sweeter.
  • Basically,  ¾ cups Water.
  • It is optional adding-  3 tablespoons of lemon/lime
  • 400ml of Norah’s Cashmere Rose’ non alcoholic wine
  • A blender and baking tray is required.

1. Add sugar to a heavy saucepan.
2. Then, gradually add the water.
3. Eventually, bring to a boil.
4. Let boil until all the sugar crystals are dissolved and the liquid is clear.
5. Remove from heat and add the wine.
6. Bonus: Squeeze in citrus like lemon or lime for extra zesty flavour.
7. Chill in the refrigerator.
8. Pour the chilled mixture into a rimmed baking tray.
9. Freeze completely.
10. Later, remove from the baking tray and blend in the blender or food processor until smooth.
11. Return to the freezer and re-freeze before serving the summer sorbet.

Extra tips:

• Keep your wine sorbet smooth by making sure all the sugar crystals are dissolved. Moreover, take out a spoonful of the liquid and rub it between your fingers. If you feel any grittiness let it simmer a minute or two longer.
• Especially, make it the day before serving and let it freeze overnight.
• Put the serving dishes in the freezer for a bit before adding the sorbet. Overall, it will help it stay frozen.

Basically, Dryer wines will require more citrus or zest.

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