Pineapple Persimmon Sorbet

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Pineapple Persimmon Sorbet


Author Notes: When we moved into this house I had never eaten a persimmon before in my life. But the persimmon tree in the backyard was so prolific I was harvesting about 50 of them a week! We just couldn't eat them fast enough. It was like Lucy and Ethel in the chocolate factory. Sure enough, a bag of persimmons I had on the windowsill got so overripe that they were oozing out of their skins. Necessity became the mother of invention and this healthy and delicious sorbet was born.Jodi Taffel

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Makes 6 cups

  • 25 overripe persimmons
  • 16 ounces can of pineapple in its own juice
  • Agave nectar to taste
  1. Leave persimmons in a paper bag on the windowsill for about 2 weeks, or until they are literally oozing out of their skins.
  2. With your hand, squeeze all the flesh out of the persimmon skins into a blender. (If they're overripe enough, this will be very easy). Discard the skins.
  3. Roughly chop the pineapple and add it and the juice to the blender.
  4. Tear the mint leaves and throw them in the blender as well.
  5. Blend until smooth. Taste and adjust the sweetness to your own palate with the agave nectar.

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