Recipe For Pickled Plum Sorbet

After I made the pickled plums to review Tom Kitchin’s recipe book and the plums were devoured, I was left with the most amazing tart juice. I do not like anything to go to waste and so I decided to create a sorbet by adding the juice to some simple syrup. This resulted in the most refreshing pickled plum sorbet and needless to say, it did not last long in the summer. Plums are going to be in season again soon and I have every intention of making both the pickled plums and the sorbet.

Blackcurrant and Vodka Sorbet, Pickled Plum Sorbet, Granadilla Sorbet
Blackcurrant and Vodka Sorbet, Pickled Plum Sorbet, Granadilla Sorbet

Pickled Plum Sorbet
 
Ingredients
Method
  1. Mix the pickled plum juice and the sugar syrup really well
  2. Churn in your ice cream maker until thick
  3. Leave to freeze

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19 thoughts on “Recipe For Pickled Plum Sorbet

  1. Just now, I made your tasty sorbet recipe?!!! It is so special too!

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    1. Thank you for that Sophie 🙂

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  2. So creative! Nicely done!

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    1. Thank you so much 🙂

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  3. Those look mouth-wateringly delicious xx

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    1. thanks Tami xxx

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  4. I know it’s winter but I am craving sorbet right now… mmmm!

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    1. We eat ice cream and sorbet all year around, but then our winters don’t get that cold 🙂

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  5. Tandy, how clever of you to convert your leftover juice into such a delicious treat!

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    1. Thanks Celia 🙂

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  6. All three look and sound gorgeous! But I have to say, the idea of the pickled plum sorbet sound especially enticing and distinctive. I’m imagining it, too, as a syrup for roast pork, a side accompaniment to salmon, and any number of other spectacular combinations where plums (particularly amped up in this artful fashion of yours) would be the perfect complement. Fantastic recipe, Tandy!

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    1. Thank you so much, I think I will have to make another batch to try with some roast pork – great idea!

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  7. I love how you transformed it into a sorbet! 😀 Waste not at all!
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Festive Eggnog CupcakesMy Profile

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    1. I hate waste with a passion!

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  8. I love desserts like this -simple but packed full of delicious flavour!

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    1. and so nice for anytime of the day!

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  9. I’m so delighted with this idea, Tandy, because I just juiced a BUNCH of plums and was wondering what I would do with all that juice. 🙂 This is an excellent idea. 🙂
    Krista sharing the blog ♥ Wonky and RosyMy Profile

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    1. Have fun making your own sorbet Krista 🙂

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