Verjuice Mint Sorbet Recipe is made from verjus (the tart, unfermented juice of unripe wine grapes). Because it is made from the wine grapes, Verjus Mint Sorbet goes well with wine. This Verjus Mint Sorbet dessert is so easy to make and so refreshing. Verjuice or Verjus (pronounced Vair-Zhoo) literally means “green juice.”
It is an elegant and delicate alternative to both vinegar and lemon juice in cooking. In fact, chef’s like it because it does not conflict with their wine selection. Learn more about Verjus.
The beauty of sorbet lies in its simplicity. Sorbets are basically just frozen water or juice sweetened with fruit, chocolate, liqueur, wine, or even fresh herbs. They are similar to ice cream, but made without any dairy products. Sorbets were traditionally served as a palate cleanser between courses but is now eaten more commonly as a refreshing dessert. Fruit sorbets are a wonderful summer treat, and this Verjuice Mint Sorbet is perfect!
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