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RED and WHITE SUMMER SANGRIA RECIPES |Cooking With Carolyn


RED SANGRIA |Cooking With Carolyn


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Ingredients


Recommendations: Using fresh fruit for this recipe is highly suggested. After purchasing the fruit, wash it, and slice it according to the desired size. Place the fruit on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and freeze. Once the fruit is totally frozen, use the desired amount in the recipe. The remaining fruit can be put into a freezer safe bag, or container, and stored in the freezer.Chill all of the ingredients.


1 Bottle Rioja Wine ¼ Cup Brandy ¼ Cup Orange Juice 2 Cups Prosecco Sparkling Wine To Taste Simple Syrup (recipe below)


Frozen Fruit: ½ Cup Whole Blueberries ½ Cup Whole Strawberries, sliced in half ½ Cup Whole Blackberries


Fresh Fruit: ½ Fresh Orange, sliced ½ Fresh Lemon, sliced 1 Whole Apple, cored and sliced


Simple Syrup: 1½ Cups Granulated Sugar 1½ Cups Water

Directions


To make Simple Syrup: Combine the sugar and water in a medium sauce pan. Simmer over medium heat just until the sugar is dissolved. Turn off the heat, allow it cool, and place it in a sealed container. Store it in the refrigerator.


In a large pitcher, combine the Rioja wine, brandy, orange juice, prosecco and all of the frozen and fresh fruits. Stir and taste. Add the simple syrup according to your taste. Serve. (Note: Additional fruit may be placed into each glass just before serving. Also the frozen fruit will float in the sangria, but as it defrosts it will sink to the bottom of the pitcher or glass. No worries, it will still taste great.)


Summer White Sangria-Sweet and Fruity


Copyright © 2014 by Cooking With Carolyn


Ingredients


Recommendations: Using fresh fruit for this recipe is highly suggested. After purchasing the fruit, wash it, and slice it according to the desired size. Place the fruit on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper and freeze. Once the fruit is totally frozen, use the desired amount in the recipe. The remaining fruit can be put into a freezer safe bag, or container, and stored in the freezer.Chill all of the ingredients.


1 Bottle Riesling Wine 3/8 Cup Orange Liqueur (Grand Marnier or Triple Sec) ¼ Cup Black Raspberry Liqueur (Chambord) 2 Cups Prosecco Sparkling Wine 2 Tablespoons (or to taste) Simple Syrup (recipe below)


Frozen Fruit: ½ Cup Whole Blueberries ½ Cup Whole Strawberries, sliced in half ½ Cup Whole Blackberries


Fresh Fruit: ½ Fresh Orange, sliced 1 Whole Pear, cored and sliced


Simple Syrup: 1½ Cups Granulated Sugar 1½ Cups Water


Directions


To make Simple Syrup: Combine the sugar and water in a medium sauce pan. Simmer over medium heat just until the sugar is dissolved. Turn off the heat, allow it cool, and place it in a sealed container. Store it in the refrigerator.


In a large pitcher, combine the wine, orange liqueur, black raspberry liqueur, prosecco, and all of the frozen and fresh fruits. Stir and taste. Add the simple syrup according to your taste. Serve. (Note: Additional fruit may be placed into each glass just before serving. Also the frozen fruit will float in the sangria, but as it defrosts it will sink to the bottom of the pitcher or glass. No worries, it will still taste great.)



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