Minty-Melon Sorbet

Today the hot weather set me thinking what should be presented to my readers and boom came the idea of sharing chilled dessert dish, so what can be better than doing sorbet recipes. So here comes the very first one – the melon sorbet, to beat the heat and feel good. Gear up as you are going to get quite a few ones today. They are super easy to do and utterly delicious to eat.

When you buy melons, sometimes you get the yellow ones and sometimes green ones when cut, so thought of using both color melons and making the sorbet. The sorbet can be done in ice cream maker or without it too. I saw this recipe & tweaked a bit but it really came out nice, all you need to do is to first freeze melon peices and blend together with sugar syrup & freeze again, the result is amazing & truly delicious, so try this!

Step-by-Step Easy & Quick Recipe –

Prep Time           Cook Time          Total Time                    Yields

20 mins               10 hours           10 hours 20 mins         4 Servings


Melons (yellow & green) – 4 cups (peeled & seeds removed, diced)

Sugar – ½ cup

Water – ½ cup

Fresh mint leaves – 3-4 (or per taste choice)


  • Freeze the melon pieces overnight in a zip lock bag.
  • In a saucepan add sugar & water and heat till sugar dissolves on medium heat. Add mint leaves and cook on high heat for 30 minutes. Discard the mint leaves now and keep the syrup aside.
  • Now blend together the frozen fruit & syrup together in a blender or food processor till its smooth, either serve chilled right away or freeze it again, keep stirring it on regular intervals to retain the required correct texture.

Note: perfect chilled delicious dessert for a summer day, enjoy with family & friends, Bon Apatite!

Happy Cooking!!

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