How to make the sorbet 1.Place the frozen strawberries in a food processor. 2.Process until the strawberries are pureed. 3.Separate egg whites from yolks. 4.Add the icing sugar and the whites one by one into the strawberry puree. 5.Process until smooth and fluffy. 6.Serve and enjoy.
Turn to your partner and tell him/her how to make a sorbet Place the strawberries…..
How to make the sorbet 1.Place the frozen strawberries… 2.Process until… 3.Separate... 4.Add… and …. 5.Process …. 6.Serve and enjoy.
VennDiagram can be used to compare/contrast, say ice cream and sorbet (an easier version) Classification/Comparison
Or a more difficult version Spot the difference betw. 2 recipes 2 cups sugar 2 cups water 4 pints strawberries, hulled and sliced 1/4 cup fresh lime juice 1/2 cup light corn syrup Bring the sugar and 2 cups water to a boil in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat. Reduce the heat and allow the mixture to simmer, without stirring, until the sugar dissolves, about 3 minutes. Set aside to cool completely. Put the strawberries and lime juice into a food processor and puree. Press the strawberry puree through a strainer to remove the seeds. When the sugar syrup has cooled completely add it to the strawberry puree. Add the corn syrup and stir well. Pour the mixture into an ice cream maker and freeze according to the manufacturer's instructions. Sorbet is particularly soft after churning but firms up after freezing.
Reading Before reading Underline the words whose meaning you don’t know. Puree Sherbet Palate Intermezzo course
Before reading 2 Are these statements true (T) or false (F)? Sorbets are made from cream and eggs. Your mouth is cleaner after you have eaten sorbet. Sorbets have been eaten as early as in the Middle Ages. Today, sorbets are eaten as desserts.
Before reading Are these statements true (T) or false (F)? Sorbets are made from cream and eggs. F Your mouth is cleaner after you have eaten sorbet. T Sorbets have been eaten as early as in the Middle Ages. F Today, sorbets are eaten as desserts. T
Read the text Sorbet (pronounced Sor-BAY) is French for sherbet and is made from fresh fruit (juices/purees), sugar, water and sometimes lemon/lime juice. Do not confuse 'sorbet' with 'sherbet' which contain milk or cream, and sometimes eggs. Sorbets became very popular in the 19th and early 20th century when they were served as a palate cleanser between courses (called Intermezzo which means "in between the work"). Today they are sometimes served between courses but, more often than not, are served for dessert.
In your own words, tell your partner what these words mean Puree Sherbet Palate Intermezzo
Language work (Fi>En, the passive voice) Read the text and find the the following expressions in English: Sorbetti tehdään tuoreista hedelmistä. Niitä tarjoiltiin suun puhdistamiseen. Nykyään ne tarjotaan jälkiruokina.
Or an easier version Sorbets ______________from fresh fruit. They ________________as palate cleansers. Today they________________ as desserts.
Language work? The passive – sorbet is made from fresh fruit The imperative –serve immediately Non-countables –sugar, water, flour, milk, Food words – eggs, yolks, whites, fruit, strawberries, cloudberries, cranberries, raspberries, beat the eggs, let simmer, bring to boil, puree, process, pour, add Food processor, spatula, bowl