put them to one side. in a small heavy pan i put about 2 inches of water and added 4 table spoons of caster sugar and put it on a high heat for a few Min's stirring it. then i added the lychee's and the cherries just to soften them, and i also added a tea spoon of honey and a few drops of lemon juice. and left it on the heat for 5 Min's, still stirring it, i added a few drops of strawberry extract, then i removed it from the heat and let it cool for a few minutes and put it into a blender and then i poured it through a sift into a mixing bowl to remove any lumpy bits. next i added two egg whites and whisked it for two minutes and put it in the freezer. if you have a ice cream maker then you can use that, but as i don't, so i put it in the freezer and removed it every 20 minutes for the first hour of freezing and stirred it and returned it to the freezer, then i left it for two hours and its ready.
i has to be the most amazing sorbet i have ever tasted it was amazing.
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