Monday, November 14, 2011

coconut sorbet

sorbet I made a batch of coconut pearls.

When the liquid was still warm, I made a serving of Che Chuoi...yum!

After that, we had several servings of cold che chuoi, and then I threw the remaining 1.5 cups of the sugary coconut pearl liquid into my ice cream maker to make coconut sorbet.

After taking it out of the freezer, I had to wait almost half an hour before I could scoop it, but it was delicious.

The weather is still weird here, cold hot cold hot...I was even feeling a little under the weather the other day because of it.

Feeling much better but definitely need the sun to generate some mojo.

Hope you have a good week!

17 comments:

Rowena... said...

The che chuoi looks delish! And whenever I see the word coconut it reminds me of home.

Trix said...

Mmm, I love the sound of "coconut pearl liquid." Sounds so appealing!

Lizzy said...

Oh, yummy! I adore coconut anything so sorbet sounds splendid! Hope you'll be re-energized this week!

Kim Bee said...

Wonderful recipe. I adore coconut. This is fantastic.

K and S said...

Thanks Rowena, me too whenever I eat/see coconut, reminds me of home :)

Thanks Trix :)

Take care you two.
Kat

genkitummy said...

The coconut sorbet looks delicious!
I hope that you are feeling better Kat!

jalna said...

Ooooooh, that looks so refreshing!

Nami | Just One Cookbook said...

Coconut sorbet! Wow that sounds really delicious!!! I've never heard of che chuoi but from the picture it looks yum!

K and S said...

Thanks Lizzy!

Thanks Kim Bee!

feeling much better Genki, Thanks!

it was light Jalna :)

it is a Vietnamese sweet, Nami :)

Take care everyone.
Kat

Deb in Hawaii said...

Mmm... I love coconut sorbet. So refreshing. ;-)

K and S said...

definitely refreshing Deb :)

Take care.
Kat

Japan Australia said...

Looks wonderful and a great summer treat! Hope you are feeling better :)

Japan Australia

Kathy YL Chan said...

Mmm I love this dish, so pretty! My mom does a different vietnamese version that include mung beans and other types of jellies. I always love the bananas in this dish! :)

K and S said...

ooh that sounds good too Kathy, you're so lucky!

Take care.
Kat

K and S said...

thanks J-A, feeling much better.

Take care.
Kat

Paz said...

Your coconut sorbet looks amazing!

K and S said...

thanks Paz :)

Take care.
Kat