Dragon Fruit Sorbet

Hey guys! I recently took a small vacation to my native place Kutch, Gujrat and it was the season of Dragon fruit there. Here in Mumbai we get the white pulp dragon fruit and there we get red pulp in the fruit and tastes sweeter than the white pulp. So I decided to bring a few back with me and I made a sorbet out of the fruit and it was so very delicious. You can make this sorbet with white pulp also but if you can get your hand on the red pulp dragon fruit do try it out. Sorbet is dessert which is made by using frozen fruits and served chilled. It is icy and slushy in nature and the best dessert for summers. So lets get cooking..

Ingredients:

Dragon fruit – 4

Lemon Juice – 1 tbsp

Sugar – 3/4 cup

Salt a pinch

Method:

1) Remove the pulp from the dragon fruit and chop and freeze it for 2 hours.

2) Now in a grinder take the frozen dragon fruit, sugar, lemon juice and churn it till it is slushy.

3) Now take this out in a container and freeze it for 6-7 hours. Scoop and serve chilled.

This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla and sponsored by Queen’s Brigade

46 responses to “Dragon Fruit Sorbet”

  1. So colourful n tempting…😋😋😋

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    1. Thank u…☺️☺️

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    2. Thank you..😊😊

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  2. Wow…this sorbet looks so exotic. I never saw a red pulp dragonfruit. I will surely hunt for one now, Shail. Thanks for sharing this vibrant looking appetiser.

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    1. Thanks a lot! Red pulp dragon fruit is not available here also in Mumbai. I got it from Kutch. There red pulp is easily available and these ones are harvested right from the farm.

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  3. OMG the color 🙂 I will surely try this next time I bring the Dragon fruit in my house.

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    1. Thanks a lot…☺️☺️

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    2. Thanks a lot! Do try it out!

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  4. Red pulp dragon fruit?? I never seen before. Though it looks very colourful and yummy. Will definitely find out and try this recipe.

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    1. Red pulp is not easily available. I myself got it from Kutch, Gujrat. You can try out this recipe with white pulp also but it is much sweeter with the red pulp.

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  5. The color looks so vibrant. I have rarely seen red pulp dragon fruit here too. We generally make smoothie bowls. I will surely make a sorbet next time.

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    1. Do try it out. Initially even I was gonna with a smoothie bowl but got tempted with sorbet.

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  6. Hey!!! They are available in mumbai and yes they r so much sweeter…i love them…the kids will love this idea…thanks 👍

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    1. Your welcome! Do try it out.

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  7. This looks so tempting and yet so healthy. My daughter will love this and I won’t be feeling bad to get her hopped up on sugar. Trying this soon.

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    1. Thanks a lot! If you want to avoid sugar you can add honey instead just 1/4 cup will do as the red dragon fruit pulp is quite sweet in itself.

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  8. Loved the color, Shail. I am going to try and find the red dragon fruit here. Would love to try out this sorbet. I am sure it tastes as delicious as it looks.

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    1. Thank you so much! Do try it out

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  9. The photo is so appetising that it’s making my mouth water. Looks like a simple enough recipe!

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    1. Thanks a lot..😊😊

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  10. Yummy and so easily prepared! We dont get Dragonfruit here very easily….only a few shops have it. Will look for the red variety on my next trip to any of the gourmet stores.

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    1. Hi..thanks a lot…if you do not get the red one you can try it out with the white one also but if using white variety you can club it with Apple or banana also. Tastes great!

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  11. Wow, red pulp dragonfruit gave beautiful colour to the sorbet. Now, I’ll have to find red dragonfruit🤩

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    1. Thanks a lot! Not just the color but even the pulp is more sweeter than the white one.

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  12. Oo wow! Dragon fruit dessert 😋 looks so yummy and it’s pink colour is ❣️. Would love to try it out soon for sure.

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  13. I never tasted dragon fruit because I thought It might not taste good. But it seems the sorbet is super delicious, I will surely make it soon.

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    1. Do try it out! It tastes amazing.

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  14. Yummy! My kids love dragon fruit! I am going to try this recipe for their sake! I am sure its going to be delicious. Thank you for writing this post!

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    1. Thank you so much!

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  15. Wow looks so tempting in the picture. I will try this sorbat with red pulp dragonfruit. Sounds very easy and tasty.

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    1. Thanks a lot! Do try it out!

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  16. This looks stunning. I love dragon fruit anyway and yes, when I was in Kutch I tried dragon fruit and kiwi juice. I was so fascinated that I brought one bottle back home. It was a stall that was based on the highway from kutch to ahmedabad.

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  17. It’s so colorful. My son never tried dragon fruit. I am going to bring one home and try it once.

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    1. Thanks a lot! Do try it out.

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  18. The recipe looks mouthwatering I’m definitely trying out sooner

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  19. Have been eating dragon fruit during COVID-19. Will try this.

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  20. Amazing! I love the color. I haven’t eaten this fruit. I’ll try this. thankyou

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    1. Thanks a lot! Do try it out and if you get it try out the red pulp.

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  21. Your post has come at a good time – my son has discovered the red pulp dragonfruit at a local farmer’s market we visit every Sunday, and he simply loves it! I’m sure he’ll love the sorbet too!

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    1. Thank you so much! Do try it out.

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