When the temperature starts to rise and even the nights feel warm, nothing tastes better than a cool, sweet treat made from the goodness of whole fruit without preservatives. However, it can be tough to find a frozen dessert that satisfies without encountering artificial ingredients. Luckily, you can easily learn how to make mango sorbet right in your home kitchen. That way, you will never have to leave the house to get a delicious and indulgent snack or accompaniment to a light lunch or dinner.
Our easy mango sorbet recipe has just five ingredients that you can find in your nearest grocery store. You will fall in love with this healthy mango sorbet recipe at first bite. Whip up a batch whenever you want a little something flavorful but not filling after dinner. Or, bring some homemade mango sorbet to a party or picnic. Guests will be amazed that you created it from scratch! Feel free to share the recipe for this tantalizing treasure or keep the secret to yourself.
Ready to dive into a summery pleasure you can enjoy year-round? Follow our directions to mango sorbet heaven!
1. Place water and sugar in a small, non-reactive pot. Stir together. Bring water-sugar mixture to a boil on the stovetop at high heat, stirring constantly to keep sugar from burning. Immediately remove the pot from heat when the mixture reaches a full boil. Cool the mixture for at least 45 minutes to 1 hour.
2. Put cubed mango, juice of fresh lime and egg whites in a food processor. Process the mixture until all ingredients are well-blended, scraping the sides of the food processor to ensure all mango is incorporated into “batter.”
3. In a medium-sized, non-reactive mixing bowl, mix the water-sugar syrup and mango batter. Add to an ice-cream maker and put it in the freezer as directed Or, simply place the bowl directly into the freezer if you don’t have an ice-cream maker.
4. Wait 1 hour. Remove sorbet from the ice-cream maker. Alternatively, remove the bowl of sorbet from the freezer and re-mix, creating a smooth, soft-serve consistency sorbet.
5. Serve refreshing summer mango sorbet immediately or return it to the freezer for later eating.
Hint: Mango sorbet may freeze solid if left in the freezer long enough. To soften the sorbet, transfer the bowl to a countertop and try to stir every 5-10 minutes to break down frozen particles. Serve when soft again.
Using the freshest ingredients is what makes this or any dish even better! Be sure to always choose Sauder’s eggs for the egg whites. The right egg whites help the sorbet gain a fluffier texture without adding any additional flavor. All you will taste will be delightfully sweet mango with a hint of lime! Looking for Sauder’s eggs near you? Try our store locator right now!