Cornelian Cherry Sherbet

Saturday, September 10, 2011


The Sherbet is very important in our culture, at the past we were not serving the raw water to our guests, they were adding some lemon or mint or something. Everything was a chance to make sherbet.
This one is one of that I love, and good chance to drink before summer goes away.
I like the sour taste of cornelian cherry.

Ingredients

1 kg cornelian cherry
0,5 kg granulated sugar
3 lt water


Put all ingredients in a deep pot, boil them all, after decrease the heat and let it boil more around 20 minutes. Leave cherries, add sherbet in carafe, let it cool in fridge; you can add some lemon piece in it.
Serve cold.

Bon Appétit.

5 comments:

Angie's Recipes said...

Such a refreshing fruity drink!

Spoon and Chopsticks said...

This is truly refreshing.

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Candace said...

I have never tasted a cornelian cherry before. I'm with the others.....this looks so refreshing!!

Yesim said...

It has sour taste , but not much , i like it:) tx for comments..

fatpiginthemarket said...

Love that deep red color! Now I have to go find some cornelian cherries.

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