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Chocolate-Earl Grey Sorbet

Fall 2003

Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (17 votes)

Earl Grey tea is flavored with the peel of bergamot, a small citrus fruit grown in Italy. Bergamot flesh is very acidic, but the peel is prized for its fragrant oil. The tea adds a hint of citrus and tannins to make this cool chocolate sorbet even more refreshing.


Chocolate-Earl Grey Sorbet Recipe

4 Reviews for Chocolate-Earl Grey Sorbet

11/01/2013
Anonymous
Confused about carb content

The nutritional information says there are 35g of carbs per serving, and then says there are 2 carbohtdrate servings. I am not sure what a carbohydrate serving is. Is this a typo? If not, what does that mean? Also, what is meant by the exchanges where it says "2 other carbohydrates"?
NUTRITION
Per serving: 35 g carbohydrates;
Carbohydrate Servings: 2
Exchanges: 2 other carbohydrates,

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07/05/2013
Anonymous
Outrageous flavor

The flavor of this sorbet is like no other. The bergamot in the earl grey tea is a wonderful counterpoint to the chocolate. I was surprised how well the freezing method worked.

Easy and unusual
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06/20/2012
Anonymous

I haven't tried this yet but I am wondering: can you substitute sugar for honey in this one?

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06/07/2012
Anonymous
Re:

Just for fun

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