One of the lovely things about sorbets is their simplicity. Sorbet is made by combining some fruit (the more seasonal and fresh, the better) or in some cases, fruit juice, with a certain amount of sugar. That's sorbet in a nutshell. Nothing too complicated at all.
Sorbets are a great way to make delicious use of large amounts of summer fruit. There's no need to do any complicated baking or cooking, or pour over a lengthy recipe. Instead, the instructions for making sorbet are remarkably simple, and can then be spiced up with a little creative flair.
Sorbets are the embodiment of simplicity, which results in a delicious treat. You can choose to go with just one kind of fresh fruit, or you can go crazy with various fruit combinations. To add more interest, you can consider putting spices or herbs in your syrup, or even stir in a bit of liquor like I did! This recipe was inspired by a cocktail I tried last week, an Aperol sorbet topped with Champagne to celebrate the summer!