This is truly a one ingredient recipe, believe it or not.
What more can be purer than pure blended frozen fruit. Seriously, good things do not come any simpler than this (except my son's hugs and kisses) :)
This has been described as an icecream, but I like to think of it as a true blue sorbet, with no other ingredient than the fruit itself.
|I shaved some dark chocolate onto the sorbet more for garnishing |
purposes, but it added a nice mellow cocoa flavour to the taste
Adapted from Matt Preston, Masterchef (Australia)
- 6 ripened bananas, skin on (preferably the short sweet ones called pisang emas)
1. Freeze the bananas for at least a day or two.
2. Shave off the skin with a knife, cut into chunks and blend/blitz with a little water until it becomes a creamy, frozen consistency.
3. Re-freeze for about 2 hours before serving.
|To get the best creamy texture, blend until you can see |
this pattern in your mixture.
|Love the cinemascope effect!|
I love this so much that a few days later I bought a huge pile of bananas to make the next batch of sorbet!
|Bought these organic bananas at a fruit farm|
|All ready to go into the freezer!|
Tip: Bananas give a creamy texture when blended, that's why it's added to many fruit sorbet (especially berries types) to give that creamy texture.
This post is submitted to Cook Like A Star, hosted by Zoe of Bake for Happy Kids, Anuja of Simple Baking, and Baby Sumo of Eat Your Heart Out