This light and refreshing mango sorbet recipe provides a cleansing end to a meal. Serve Galton Blackiston's fragrant mango sorbet with sweet granola or brown bread crumble

Begin the mango sorbet by making the syrup; combine the sugar, water, lime juice and lime zest in a large pan and place over a medium heat. Cook until all the sugar has dissolved. Allow to cool
Place the mango chunks into a food processor with half of the cooled syrup, and blend until smooth. Pour into a shallow container, and put in the freezer for two hours
Remove the sorbet from the freezer at regular intervals to stir it until the mixture reaches the consistency of sorbet
Meanwhile, arrange the paw paw in a shallow dish. Pour over the remaining cooled syrup and allow it to infuse for at least one hour
Serve the marinated paw paw with a scoop of the mango sorbet. Serve on sweet granola or brown bread crumble to add some crunch
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Mango sorbet

  • 500g of caster sugar
  • 500ml of water
  • 2 limes, zest and juice only
  • 2 mangoes, peeled and flesh removed from stone
  • 1 paw paw, peeled and finely sliced


  1. Food processor or blender

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A fresh mango sorbet becomes even more tropical by marinating paw paw in this dessert by Galton Blackiston. This mango dessert recipe is a lovely end to a meal.