I know it is hardly the weather for sorbet but when I see blood oranges, I just can’t think of anything else. This is super delicious and super easy to make but you will need some sort of ice-cream machine. Mine is just a cheap one and cost under £20 at the time. You freeze the bowl first and it can’t cope with large quantities but worked brilliantly for this recipe. Blood oranges are not around for long so make the most of them and get them whilst you can!
Blood Orange Sorbet
If using an ice-cream maker like mine, be sure to freeze your bowl overnight. (Serves 4)
7-10 blood oranges (400ml strained juice)
125g white sugar
Roll each orange on the work surface to release the juice, then squeeze. Pass through a sieve and you have about 400ml juice.
Heat 75ml of the juice gently in a pan with the sugar, stirring to dissolve. Allow to cool slightly, then add the remaining juice. Chill well.
Freeze in an ice-cream maker according to instructions. Eat as soon as possible for the best texture.