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3/4 cup water 1/2 cup sugar 1, 14 oz can condensed sweetened milk ( not evaporated ) 1 cup fresh key lime juice ( bottled key lime juice is fine ) 1 tsp clear vanilla extract I serve this over a fudge brownie, drizzled with chocolate sauce and then add a small scoop of this key lime sorbet. Bring water and sugar to a boil and stir to dissolve sugar. Whisk in the canned milk and then the lime juice. Place in another bowl and chill in coldest part of refrigerator until cold. Process in your ice cream maker until thick and slushy ( could be up to an hour ). Transfer to freezer safe container and freeze until firm. Makes a small batch, about 6 servings. Recipe adapted from Bon Appetit

Key Lime Sorbet


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(posted April 14, 2008)

3/4 cup water
1/2 cup
sugar
1, 14 oz can condensed sweetened
milk ( not evaporated )
1 cup fresh
key lime juice ( bottled key lime juice is fine )
1 tsp clear
vanilla extract

I serve this over a
fudge brownie, drizzled with chocolate sauce and then add a small scoop of this key
lime sorbet.

Bring water and
sugar to a boil and stir to dissolve sugar. Whisk in the canned milk and then the lime juice. Place in another bowl and chill in coldest part of refrigerator until cold. Process in your
ice cream maker until thick and slushy ( could be up to an hour ). Transfer to freezer safe container and freeze until firm. Makes a small batch, about 6 servings.

Recipe adapted from Bon Appetit


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