For its special flavor, juicy, and nutritive value peach counts to the most favorite and the most consumed fruits. It is best to consume fresh.
The flesh of a peach contain pulp (fiber), which represents 1.4% of its weight, soaked with the juice, ie water with melted sugar, also peach contains a small amount of carbohydrate, sugar 0.5%, proteins and low fat. And also, 100 grams peach flesh provides 52 calories.
Peach is reach in vitamin C (5-8 mg.), Carotene -- provitamin A (about 0.30 mg.), Vitamin B1 (0.03 mg.), Vitamin B2 (0.05 mg.) and others vitamins.
First of all, vitamins are concentrated in the skin of the peach, so you should eat unpeeled.
Fresh peach contains mostly potassium (195 mg.), then calcium (8 mg.), phosphorus (22mg.), magnesium (11 mg.), Sulfur (7 mg.), Sodium (1 mg.)
- 5 tablespoons stevia
- 500 grams/1.1 pounds mature peaches
- 1 lemon
- 1 egg white
Time to prepare: 10 minutes.
Peel the mature peaches, peel and mashed to get peaches puree, then add 5 tablespoons of stevia and put the sorbet to cool in the freezer. While the sorbet is in the freezer squeeze the lemon.
When the sorbet will be half frozen add the egg white and the lemon juice, mix it well and put it again in the freezer.
Freeze well the sorbet and then serve the peach balls.