For a cool and sweet sorbet ♪ How to freeze persimmons
|Tool||Wrap, storage bag|
|1.||Wash the persimmons, wipe off the water, and wrap them tightly in a wrap.|
|2.||Put it in a storage bag, deflate it, and then seal it.|
|3.||Store in the freezer.|
|4.||Thaw a little, cut off the surface, and scoop with a spoon.|
Not only can you make it last longer, but you can also enjoy it in a different way ♪ Introducing the frozen storage method for persimmons.
Freezing storage method of persimmon
material・ Wrap / storage bag
procedure1. 1. Wash the persimmons, wipe off the water, and wrap them tightly in a wrap. Choose persimmons that are reasonably ripe.
2. Put it in a storage bag, deflate it, and then seal it.
3. 3. Store in the freezer. Estimated storage period is 1 to 2 months.
Four. When eating, leave it at room temperature for 10 to 15 minutes, then cut off a part of the surface. You can enjoy it in a sherbet-like state by gently softening it at room temperature for about 30 to 60 minutes and then scooping it with a spoon. Be careful not to melt it too much.
Persimmons that have been ripe and crunchy are transformed into a crispy and fresh texture by freezing. It melts on the tongue and spreads the rich sweetness, giving it a lingering taste.
Instead of whole, it may be peeled and cut into small pieces before freezing. Take as much as you want and blend with yogurt or milk to create a bright vitamin-colored smoothie. The ratio of persimmon and yogurt (milk) is about 6: 4 as a guide. It is recommended to increase the ratio of persimmons because the taste will not be blurred.
A frozen persimmon that is crispy and cold, but you can enjoy its mellow sweetness. If you have a persimmon that you should eat soon, why not give it a try? Please also refer to the refrigerated storage method for persimmons introduced earlier.