Ginger Sorbet With Citrus Mist Using Silk Gel

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Special Ingredients Ltd

Premium Supplier 16th January 2018

Ginger Sorbet With Citrus Mist Using Silk Gel

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  • ⁣Ginger Sorbet Ingredients
  • ⁣80g Ginger Juice
  • ⁣300g Water
  • ⁣50g Caster Sugar
  • ⁣Juice And Zest of 2 Lemons
  • ⁣40g Cointreau
  • ⁣4g Special Ingredients Silk Gel
  • Citrus Mist Infusion
  • ⁣500ml Water
  • ⁣Juice And Zest of 3 Lemons
  • ⁣One Bunch Of Fresh Chopped Coriander
  • ⁣20 Crushed Cardamom Pods
  • ⁣2 Sticks Of Lemongrass
  • ⁣10 Dried Kaffir Lime Leaves
  • ⁣One Piece Of Chopped Ginger


⁣Method Ginger Sorbet
1) ⁣First collect 80g fresh ginger juice – either use a juicer or squeeze grated ginger in a cloth to extract ⁣as much juice as possible
2) ⁣Combine all the ingredients in a pan.
3) Heat to a simmer.
4)⁣ Cool to room temperature.
5) ⁣Freeze the sorbet using an ice-cream machine or using dry ice.

Method Citrus Mist Infusion
1)⁣ Heat all the ingredients in a small pan and simmer for five minutes
2)⁣ Then turn off the heat and leave covered to infuse.
3)⁣ Store the citrus infusion in the fridge.

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