Apple Pear Lemongrass Icy Snow

Apple Pear Lemongrass Icy Snow: not quite sorbet and not quite granita either. Its soft as the fresh snow.
Apple Pear Lemongrass Icy Snow


Feels so good to catch up with old friends, its been 33 year since we left school.
I must say, without technology... we'll be still wondering what happened to this girl or that girl... everyone was kept busy after leaving school life; some got married, some pursue their career immediately after and some pursue their dreams...
Thanks to technology...we managed to re-kindle our friendship through social network like FB, WA and Telegram...

We have 33 years of stories to catch up :D...
We talked about lots of things, from teachers to friends to family to health... obviously ;P
Someone mentioned about making and drinking Granny Smith apples slices-lemongrass concoction that helps to alleviate knee pain... of course I am all ears when it comes to knee pain. 
...but I had other ideas. Instead of just drinking apple and lemongrass ‘tea’, making it into sorbet would be interesting! At least I get to eat 2 fruits at the same time :P

Apple Pear Lemongrass Snowcone

Okaayyy....
its not quite like the sorbet that I hope it’ll turned out, however, this one has nice light texture, very fine ice...just like soft fresh snow. 

I didn’t add sugar as Bosc pear is sweet, but by all means add sugar or glucose syrup if you wish. 

In honesty, I only get to enjoy ‘the ONE’ icy snow in the cup after my photoshoot. I woke up to an empty container left in the sink... no more soft, fresh ‘apple pear lemongrass’ icy snow... all gone finished by my girl.

Apple Pear Lemongrass Snowcone



Apple Pear Lemongrass Icy Snow


2 green apples - cored cut into chunk
2 bosc pears - cored and cut into chunk
5 g lemongrass stalk - chopped the white part only
8 ml lemon juice
2 teaspoon egg white powder
2 tablespoon water
  1. Place the ice-cream maker bowl in freezer overnight. 
  2. In a mixing bowl, add water to egg white powder. 
  3. Using a balloon whisk, whisk into meringue. 
  4. Set aside. 
  5. Processed apples, pears and lemongrass. 
  6. Squeeze lemon. 
  7. Transfer into nutri bullet if you have one, otherwise blend until smooth.  
  8. Mix the blended apple mix into meringue and gently mix (try not to overmix). 
  9. Transfer into the ice-cream bowl and churn as per manufacturer instruction. 
  10. Place in container and freeze it for at least 4 hours. 
  11. Serve.

2 comments:

  1. A very different sorbet. I like the use of lemongrass here.

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  2. Very refreshing and so delightful!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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