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Old 10-18-2012, 12:53 PM   #1
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Avocado Sherbet

In a med saucepan boil 1-1/8 cup of sugar and 1-1/2 cups water 5-6 min. Peel and pit 3 med avocados. In large bowl mash avocados with a potato masher til pulpy you will have 1-1/2 cups of pulp add 3/4 cup of fresh lemon juice and1 tea. lemon zest Now add the avocado pulp. Slowly add the cooked syrup sugar blend thoroughly. Pour into a freezer tray and freeze. Stir ONCE during freezing Serve in dessert dishes or stemmed goblets You choose.
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What does it taste like? I can't imagine making sherbet from avo's.
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Old 10-18-2012, 01:25 PM   #3
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What does it taste like? I can't imagine making sherbet from avo's.
creamy, sweet, cold I can't really say but I do like a small bite now and then.
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creamy, sweet, cold I can't really say but I do like a small bite now and then.
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I'll make some for the kids and see if they like it :) Thanks Kades.
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That might be really good with ceviche! Put some in the bottom of a serving glass and some on top after the ceviche is added.
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My, oh my, another way to get avocados into me. Thanks, Ma!
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My, oh my, another way to get avocados into me. Thanks, Ma!
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That might be really good with ceviche! Put some in the bottom of a serving glass and some on top after the ceviche is added.
Cool idea Craig. will be having tiny soft tacos on Sunday with taco meat pastor, crema and the avocados and ceviche will make dinner sing. Thanks for the idea.
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Kades and Graig C, you guys have given me an idea. Maybe I'll leave out the sugar, add some sour cream, salt and pepper and a dash of tobasco and serve it with ceviche :)

Thank you for the inspiration!
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Kades and Graig C, you guys have given me an idea. Maybe I'll leave out the sugar, add some sour cream, salt and pepper and a dash of tobasco and serve it with ceviche :)

Thank you for the inspiration!
Then it's frozen guacamole...not that it's a bad idea, love guac....
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Avocado Sherbet In a med saucepan boil 1-1/8 cup of sugar and 1-1/2 cups water 5-6 min. Peel and pit 3 med avocados. In large bowl mash avocados with a potato masher til pulpy you will have 1-1/2 cups of pulp add 3/4 cup of fresh lemon juice and1 tea. lemon zest Now add the avocado pulp. Slowly add the cooked syrup sugar blend thoroughly. Pour into a freezer tray and freeze. Stir ONCE during freezing Serve in dessert dishes or stemmed goblets You choose. kades 3 stars 1 reviews
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