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|It’s technically still summer, the weather is still warm, tomatoes are still on the vine.
Grab the last tomatoes of the season and make tomato sorbet. If you’re a fan of gazpacho and/or Bloody Marys, you’ll love this recipe.
Tomato sorbet is a savory sorbet—no sweetener. It’s very refreshing. Flavored with herbs, it’s very healthy and low in calories.
When do you eat it?
- With cocktails, served in miniature cones. Yohay makes mini cones in garlic, salt, and tomato basil flavors.
- As a first course or palate cleanser, garnished with a fresh basil leaf.
- With a chilled or room temperature vegetable soup. Serve the soup in a shallow bowl and place a scoop of tomato sorbet in the center of the dish. Garnish with chopped fresh herbs.
- Freestyle—how would you use it?
See the recipe.
Tomato sorbet photo and recipe courtesy Canard Inc.
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