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Aromatic mulled wine

Aromatic mulled wine

Put the wine in the kettle, add the sugar, vanilla sugar, spices (cinnamon broken into pieces, cloves and Kamis spices), apple and orange.

put on the fire until it boils, stirring so that it does not foam on the outside. Boil for about 2-3 minutes and serve.


Coffee latte with pumpkin

The famous pumpkin spice latte has not unjustly gained popularity. It is tasty, and its aromas fit perfectly into the autumn picture.

Ingredients for 2 servings:

  • 1 cup skim milk
  • 2 short espressos
  • 2 tablespoons pumpkin spice syrup
  • cinnamon for garnish.

Method of preparation:

  1. Boil the milk over low heat. After it starts to boil, using a whisk you will incorporate the 2 shots of espresso, as well as the pumpkin spice syrup. At the end, divide the latte obtained into 2 cups and powder the surface of the drink with a little cinnamon. Serve immediately before cooling.

Aromatic mulled wine recipe

500 ml of red wine
two tablespoons of sugar or Green Sugar
a piece of star anise
a bay leaf
two cardamom pods
a medium cinnamon stick

  • How to prepare aromatic mulled wine
  1. Put the wine together with the sugar in a saucepan, on the fire and bring it to the boil.
  2. Add the cinnamon and then the spices and let it boil for about five minutes.
  3. We took the wine from the fire, strained it and poured it into cups.
  4. Serve hot!
  • Tips & ampTrics:

& # 8211 You can also add something other than spices, such as orange peel or apple slices. Be careful, though! These will be added at the end and will be left to boil for only a minute or two so as not to sour or alter the basic taste of the wine.

& # 8211 Like spices you can use: cloves, cardamom, anise, allspice, peppercorns, pieces of ginger root, etc. But it is ideal not to combine too many flavors with each other, a maximum of three or four being enough to give a good taste to the mulled wine.

& # 8211 In any combination you use them, remember that the dried spices are added immediately after the cinnamon is put and the pieces of fruit at the end of cooking!

& # 8211 Another basic rule would be that the sugar is first put in the wine and only after its complete melting by (continuous mixing on the fire) is added cinnamon.

& # 8211 It is preferable to use cinnamon in the form of chopsticks (sticks) because if you use cinnamon powder it can give the boiled wine an unpleasant consistency and can even stick to the pot in which it boils or the cups in which it is served.

& # 8211 You can also replace regular cane sugar with the now well-known Green Sugar produced by Remedia Laboratories, the properties of which we have already mentioned in the quinoa fruit salad and lemon dressing recipe.


Recipes for mulled wine with cinnamon

Recipes for mulled wine & # 8211 Winter aroma at the stove

1.Wine boiled with rum

Boiled red wine, flavored with cinnamon and other flavors (cloves, orange slices or lemon) is a traditional winter drink. There are also many variants of cinnamon mulled wine. For example, in Germany a little liqueur or rum is added and instead of red grape wine, currant or cherry wine is used. Austrian nun Hildegard von Bingen confirms the healing powers of this drink. In her manuscript was discovered a recipe for mulled red wine with cinnamon for bad moods, rheumatic fever, gout or viral infections.

2. Wine boiled with cinnamon & # 8211 recipe by the nun Hildegard von Bingen

Take a steel bowl, pour red wine into it. Add a few leaves and pieces of cinnamon tree wood and cover with a lid. Put the pot on low heat. It is recommended to be consumed when hot, several times a day, until healing.

3. Boiled wine with cinnamon and ginger

Put in a pot 3 cups of red wine, 2 cinnamon sticks and 1 cm of sliced ​​ginger root. Cover with a lid and put the pot on low heat. After boiling, add a pinch of turmeric powder and remove from the heat. Let it infuse for another 20 minutes, then strain it and drink it hot.


What is the best wine for cooked wine: varieties and brands

Choosing wine for your home, I want to buy a delicious and delicate option that everyone will love. The leaders in preparing a "flaming drink" are Cahors, Merlot and Cabernet. It is not a bad deal with the task set by such brands as Kindzmaraulli, Saperavi, Khvanchkara and many more.

Recently, cheap Chinese or Argentine wines have appeared on the modern market. These are varieties of fruit that are quite suitable for any of the above recipes. It is possible to notice such brands: Bogema Noemia, Finca Flichman and many others.

By the way, do not run for mulled wine in the nearest supermarket. There you can easily run into a poor quality product, made up of alcohols and wine powder. The taste of a hot drink in this case will be pampered and, instead of good, it can only harm.


How to make mulled wine correctly

Ingredient:

  • red wine, according to preferences (ideal to be a natural wine, homemade)
  • cinnamon sticks
  • cloves
  • lemon peel and orange peel
  • Brown sugar

Method of preparation:

It is very important to boil the wine very carefully, do not let it boil. Heat it to about 70-80 degrees Celsius. In addition to the spices mentioned, you can add any fruit you want, and a suitable choice would be red grapefruit or apples. It is advisable to use cinnamon sticks instead of powder, so that the wine does not acquire a cloudy, unpleasant consistency and stick to the vessel.

Orange or lemon peels and fruits are added in the last 2-3 minutes of boiling, so as not to sour the wine and not alter its basic taste. At the end, it can be sweetened with honey or brown sugar, to taste.

Surely, your loved ones will be very happy if you prepare this recipe for them.


Ravioli with wine

A glass of red wine a day is pure health. We can use the rest for food. So today I propose a recipe for pasta ravioli with wine, filled with ricotta, spinach and pine buds, in flavored sauce of butter and sage. I go to dinner great, or as an entree for a family lunch.

Ingredients ravioli with wine
  • 500g of “00” type flour (plus a little more for rolling sheets)
  • 5 egg yolks
  • 240ml of red wine
  • a tablespoon of olive oil
  • half a teaspoon of salt
Preparation of ravioli dough with wine

In a large bowl I sifted the flour, added salt and mixed the yolks. I kept the egg whites cold - some delicious meringues will come out tomorrow.

In the crumbled flour and egg dough, I added the red wine. I used a younger Cabernet Sauvignion, but a Merlot, or Syrah, or a GSM blend also works very well. The more ruby ​​it is, the more beautiful the ravioli dough will be.

I kneaded it until it became elastic, then let it rest in the cold. In the meantime, I took care of the filling.

Filling ingredients
  • 500g of fresh spinach
  • 50g of pine buds
  • a clove of garlic, cut into thin slices
  • a tablespoon of olive oil
  • 250g ricotta (or fatter cottage cheese)
  • a generous powder of salt
Preparation of the filling

I put the olive oil in a pan, then the spinach to harden. It only takes a few minutes. Then I added the pine buds and garlic and kept them until they took on a little color, without browning. After they cooled down a bit, I brought them next to the ricotta and started to spread the dough sheets.

Preparing ravioli with wine

I divided the dough into 4 pieces, powdered them with flour and spread them with the rolling pin. How much better to fit in the pasta machine. The sheets are stretched and only with the twister, but I make the most of this time-saving device.

The rolled sheets were left to dry for a few minutes. Then I cut off their heads and divided them in two, in width. I put a teaspoon of filling at intervals of 2 cm. I moistened the sides, put the second sheet over them and cut them into squares. I sealed them with a fork and they stayed cold, waiting for dinner time.

Serve ravioli with wine
  • 50g of butter
  • a bunch of sage
  • a clove of garlic, cut into slices
  • a few pine buds

In a large pan I infused the butter, garlic and chopped sage leaves. I boiled ravioli with wine in water (with a teaspoon of salt) for about 2 minutes. I drained them and put them directly in the pan. One minute on each side and I'm ready!

Each time there is at least one glass to put next to the pasta ravioli with wine, filled with ricotta, spinach and pine buds, in a fragrant sauce of butter and sage.


How to make the best mulled wine

This mulled wine recipe is very easy to prepare and when you drink it, you feel like it tastes like Christmas! The recipe uses those traditional aromatic and festive spices, such as cloves, cinnamon and nutmeg. If you have your own favorite spices, feel free to add them to the pot as well. And for the preparation of this winter liqueur you can use the best wine, so that the aromas mix with the already aromatic wine.

Ingredients for the best mulled wine:

2 clementines
1 lemon
1 file
200 grams of powdered sugar
6 whole cloves
1 cinnamon stick
3 fresh bay leaves
1 whole nutmeg
1 vanilla bean, halved in length
2 stars of anise
2 bottles of red wine

4 steps to prepare the best mulled wine:

1. Clean large sections of clementine, lemon and lime peel with a cleanser. Put the sugar in a large saucepan over medium heat, add the pieces of peel and squeeze the juice from the clementines.

2. Add the cloves, cinnamon stick, bay leaves and the amount of about 10-12 nutmeg scrapes. Add the vanilla bean and add enough red wine to cover the sugar.

3. Bring this mixture to a boil until the sugar is completely dissolved in the red wine, and then bring to the boil. Leave to boil for 4-5 minutes or until a thick syrup forms. The reason for doing so is to create an aromatic base of sugar and spices, which will be able to infuse and mix better with wine. It is important to make this syrup base at the beginning, because you will not burn alcohol.

4. When the syrup is ready, turn on the heat slowly, add the anise stars and the rest of the wine. Heat the wine slightly and, after about 5 minutes, when it is hot and delicious, you can put it in cups and serve.


Mulled wine

It's a simple recipe for mulled wine (red) and spices, so fragrant! In winter we always boil wine and go to bed with a steaming cup in hand. We watched TV and enjoyed the fragrant wine. & # 128578

When we were children, our grandparents used to make mulled wine in the evening, when we came frozen from the carol. God, how good he was. They diluted it with water for us, the children, they put half water, half wine, so that & bdquonu climbs Aghiuta to the head & rdquo & # 128512

It's not a complicated recipe, I'm sure you know it, but & hellip maybe I'll come up with something new or at least remind you & # 128578


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