The Filipinos favorite way of beating the heat is by eating ice cream. It is usually found peddling by street vendors that kids known as “Mamang Sorbetero”. Sorbetes has been part of our childhood and the Filipino variation of ice cream which is uniquely made from coconut milk. Nowadays, it is popularly known as “dirty ice cream” it is not because it literally means unsanitary but rather, because it is often sold along the streets. Usually, it is served in a small plastic cup, sugar cones, wafer cones or even bread buns that also comes in wide variety of flavors such as chocolate, vanilla, mango, coconut, ube and cheese. Sorbetes are always the best for being served with different flavors for a very affordable price.
You can make money out of it especially with taking advantage of the summer heat. Try selling it at home using this easy sorbetes recipe!
- 1/2 gallon powdered milk
- 1 to 1/2 gallon coconut milk
- 1/3 gallon evaporated milk
- 2 kilo sugar
- 1/2 kilo corn starch
- Mix all ingredients using a mixer or egg beater until the consistency is foamy.
- Pour ingredients in a stainless steel pan or boiler. Boil for 15 minutes to kill microbes or bacteria. Allow it to cool.
- Add desired flavorings, either real fruit flavors or artificial flavors.
- Place inside the freezer for half an hour or until half-frozen.
- Remove from the freezer then mix again using an egg beater or a big wooden spoon. Wait until its consistency becomes a thick mass.
- Transfer the contents in a round stainless container then cover.
- You can now place it in a wooden push cart and place lots of crushed ice and salt between containers. You may also use dry ice as an alternative.
- In 20 minutes, your home-made sorbetes will be ready for serving.
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