Lemony Watermelon Sorbet





Introduction: Lemony Watermelon Sorbet

About: Hey I am faiza, third year student of civil engineering and a crazy foodlover obsessed with chocolates and fried food..follow me for yummilicious new recipes...!!

Watermelon sorbet is an incredibly refreshing icy dessert made out of just 3 ingredients.
It is fruity, fresh, light, sweet and just so easy to make.. :) This sorbet is the perfect treat for a hot summer's day !
Sorbet is the French equivalent of British Ice water and is a semi-frozen sugar syrup flavored with fruit puree.

Watermelon is my favorite summertime fruit and so i decided to make a lemony watermelon sorbet for this weekend. :D
i hope you like this recipe. :)

Step 1: Ingredients

  • Ripe watermelon chunks - 5 cups (seeds removed)
  • Agave nectar - 2 tbsp
  • Fresh lemon juice - 2 and 1/2 tbsp
  • sugar - to taste (optional) (not in picture)

Step 2: Blend, Blend, Blend

  1. Place watermelon chunks, fresh lemon juice and agave nectar in a blender.
  2. blend until pureed.
  3. add in a bit of white sugar according to your taste.

Step 3: Freeze

    1. Pour the puree in an ice tray.
    2. let it freeze for about 3 to 4 hours.
    3. take out the watermelon puree ice cubes with the help of a knife.
    4. blend it again for 20 seconds.
    5. if the mixture is too mushy, freeze it again for about 1 hour.
    6. if required, flake the mixture with a fork before scooping it out.

    Step 4: Scoop Out and Garnish

    1. with the help of an ice cream scoop, scoop it up and place it in pretty bowls.
    2. garnish with fresh mint leaves.

    Thanks for reading..!

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      17 Discussions

      yup..and it has all the goodness of fresh fruit :)

      Its so good Im love n it so much

      we call it in Iran yakh dar behesht

      This looks so refreshing and tasty! thanks for sharing and do have a splendorous week!


      Congratulations ! your gift for making delicious bites is really showing by your achivements !

      Ok thanks for telling me

      I found mine at a supermarket...under the honey and dressings section.
      If you are unable to find one..you can substitute it with honey for this recipe..it won't make a difference. :)