Rhubarb–Rosemary Sorbet

Beat the heat with sorbet using affordable ingredients and tools already in your kitchen. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.
For my money, the best way to beat the heat is sorbet. And I do mean money: homemade sorbet can be made with affordable ingredients like in-season fruit, herbs, honey or sugar, and water. You can also make it with tools you likely already have in your kitchen, as I explain this week in my Twice as Tasty column for the Flathead Beacon.

A few tricks help you smooth out sorbet and counteract the ice crystals that can form so quickly when you try to make frozen, nondairy desserts. Ice cream makers and gelato machines may speed up the process, so you can use one if you already own one, but there’s no need to buy a new appliance if you want to enjoy dairy-free sorbets.

Learn more about making sorbet and get the complete recipe for Rhubarb–Rosemary Sorbet in my column.

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Beat the heat with sorbet using affordable ingredients and tools already in your kitchen. Learn more at TwiceasTasty.com.

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Beat the heat with sorbet using affordable ingredients and tools already in your kitchen. Get sorbet recipes at TwiceasTasty.com.Excited about making sorbets? You can blend a wide range of fruits and herbs into sorbet: lemon balm with strawberries, lavender with blueberries, basil with peaches, Thai basil with sour cherries, cloves with plums, lemon thyme with pears, and more. Here are just a few other recipes on the blog that will help you when making sorbet and other frozen desserts.

If you’re still rich in rhubarb, you can find other ways to use it the recipe index.

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