*note - if you purchase an ice-cream attachment from the USA, you will need to order in Australia a different part for the drive, it costs about $45. You will not be able to use the attachment without this!
(Clip of the start of the mixing process in the Kitchen Aid ice-cream attachment, excuse my mess on the side, I really should of used a jug to pour the mixture in!)
(Clip of the sorbet near end of it's mixing, notice how it is getting thicker?!)
We used the recipe from the Kitchen Aid booklet included with the attachment and it is very easy. Basically it is raspberries, sugar and water. There is some preperation and you will need to push the raspberries through a fine sieve to remove all the seeds but other than that, this is such a quick recipe with an awesome outcome!
|Home made Raspberry Sorbet.|
We served the luscious sorbet at our National Sparkling Red day dinner party and it certainly was one of the hits of the night! The amount that was made, served 5 guests comfortably and there was enough left over to enjoy it as a Raspberry Sorbet Vodka Shot also!
|Raspberry Sorbet Vodka Shots!|
This involved a tiny melon ball size of raspberry sorbet into a shot glass with some Belvedere vodka poured over. The sorbet acts as the ice in the shot... totally delicious!
I think that our little Kitchen Aid ice-cream maker will be getting quite the work out all year round!