WATERMELON SORBET / 2 INGREDIENT RECIPE

Watermelon Sorbet is a good option when you want to cook something different. The flavourful ingredients are the key to the amazing taste of Watermelon Sorbet.
Bored with watermelon and its juice, I decided to try something innovative and new. When I saw this recipe on the Nestle milkmaid site, I geared up to try it and it turned out to be -‘Simply Great!’
The best thing about this sorbet is it requires only 2 ingredients – fresh watermelon and sweetened condensed milk. So easy!
This incredibly refreshing healthy and quick dessert is perfect for beating the heat and so easy to make, no ice-cream maker needed for this! The delicious and mouthwatering Watermelon Sorbet is enjoyed by all.
Try this delicious Watermelon Sorbet recipe at home and surprise your family and friends.
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 Servings – 8  Preparation – 15 min 
INGREDIENTS
1/2 kg-Watermelon Pulp
1/2 tin (200g)-NESTLÉ MILKMAID Sweetened Condensed Milk
INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Remove all seeds from the watermelon and cut into small pieces, place the watermelon in a blender.
  2. Mix in NESTLÉ MILKMAID Sweetened Condensed Milk and blend till smooth.1527403074133
  3. Pour the blended mixture into ice trays and place them in a freezer overnight till they set well. (I used one ice tray and one chocolate silicon mold )1527403154190
  4. Arrange the frozen sorbet cubes in a dish and serve immediately.

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