Sangria Recipe Anyone?

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2007/02/20 18:17:13 (permalink)

Sangria Recipe Anyone?

I am hosting a party this weekend and am making my special Mexican Stuffed Shells (sounds weird, tastes wonderful). One of the guests has suggested that she would like sangria to drink with the meal. Do any of you excepional folks have a recipe that you would be willing to share?

Thank you in advance!
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    tacchino
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2007/02/20 18:30:38 (permalink)
    Don't know about specific recipes (I guess googling might help here). When I was in Spain, people always seemed to eyeball the amounts anyway, to taste. The ingredients would be any decent dry red wine(just remember, really bad wine makes really bad sangria), a carbonated lemon-lime soft drink, a carbonated orange soft drink, and sliced oranges and grapes. Important: add to this a healthy slug of brandy; it really does make a difference in the taste.
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2007/02/21 06:43:52 (permalink)
    I have a friend that wants to be buried with a gallon of this Sangria:

    Summer Sangria

    l-lg. bottle red wine
    1 cup Triple Sec (to kick it up a notch)
    1/2 cup sugar
    2 cups pineapple juice
    2 cups orange juice
    fruit (optional)


    Mix and chill.
    I usually use a red zinfandel, but have also used a merlot.
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2007/02/21 11:12:49 (permalink)
    My Sangria is simple:
    cheap red wine
    simple syrup to taste
    sliced up oranges, lemons.
    chill well, let it age a couple of hours, and enjoy.

    But, i think the brandy and the Triple Sec are pretty interesting ideas that I might try next Summer

    Cheers, John
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/04/30 15:55:50 (permalink)
    How long can you let the fruit sit in the Sangria? Or does anyone let it go for more than a few ours to absorb the flavors more?
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/04/30 16:51:06 (permalink)
    The fruit soaks in the wine 'till all the Sangria is gone. I forgot to mention that I add some sliced limes if I have some on hand.

    Cheers, John
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/04/30 17:30:57 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by BunnySlippers

    I am hosting a party this weekend and am making my special Mexican Stuffed Shells (sounds weird, tastes wonderful). One of the guests has suggested that she would like sangria to drink with the meal. Do any of you excepional folks have a recipe that you would be willing to share?

    Thank you in advance!
    Bunny


    I can't helpyou with the Sangria but I am interested in how you make the Mexican Stuffed Shells.
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/04/30 17:54:51 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by seafarer john

    The fruit soaks in the wine 'till all the Sangria is gone. I forgot to mention that I add some sliced limes if I have some on hand.

    Cheers, John


    Oh no, I mean before serving. Is it possible to let fruit and mixture set too long before serving or does it just make it better the longer you can go? Thanks
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/04/30 18:38:47 (permalink)
    found this on allrecipes.com

    http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Sangria-Sangria/Detail.aspx

    You can also use white wine for sangria too.
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/04/30 20:31:35 (permalink)
    I dont know, but I dont think I've ever had the fruit and the wine together for more than about a total of about 6 hours...

    Cheers, John
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/04/30 20:38:19 (permalink)
    John, did you think there was any difference between the 2 hours and 6 hours?
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/04/30 20:40:30 (permalink)
    Letting the fruit marintate with brandy for an hour or so, and adding a pinch of cinnamon and clove to the mix is a nice touch.
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/05/01 08:54:13 (permalink)
    1 bottle red wine
    1/2 bottle dry orange soda like Fanta
    cut up fruit(1 apple, 1 orange)
    1 cup brandy
    1/4 cup sugar
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/05/01 09:22:47 (permalink)
    Hello all,

    Most of the times i have had Sangria, it has been the following recipe

    Red Wine
    A large dose of brandy
    diced apple, orange and strawberries
    a bit of honey

    Never seen it with added fruit juice, but i suppose its done different around the world.
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/05/02 03:58:12 (permalink)
    1 (750ml or 1ltr) Bottle Red Wine
    2 1/2 cups Orange Juice
    1 1/2 cups Grapefruit Juice
    Mix together, Taste
    Adjust tartness by adding simple syrup to taste
    Then adjust the flavor profile by adding Brandy to taste
    Use sliced oranges, lemons, and limes to garnish glasses and add to pitcher for appearance and flavor.
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/05/02 07:15:09 (permalink)
    My usual recipe for sangria goes something like this:

    1 large orange
    extra orange juice
    4 to 6 TB sugar
    1/4 cup lemon juice
    1 lemon thinly sliced
    1 bottle dry red wine
    2 cups ice cubes

    Peel orange in one long spiral; cut into short pieces and drop into a large pitcher. Add sugar and mix well with a spoon. Squeeze orange into a measuring cup and add extra orange juice to make 2 cups. Pour wine and juices into pitcher. Stir well. Add ice and chill several hours. Drop lemon slices into pitcher just before serving.

    Sounds heretical, but I've had a good tasting sangria with just red wine and Sprite mixed together - maybe 3 parts wine to 1 part Sprite. Slice up oranges, lemons, and limes in thin slices, half or quarter the slices, stir into the sangria.
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/05/05 11:47:50 (permalink)
    How about White Sangria, which I rather like and is a great summer drink. Use white wine instead of red wine. Try it!
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    RE: Sangria Recipe Anyone? 2008/05/05 12:01:18 (permalink)
    My recipe comes from a friend whose sister lived in Spain for a while....it never lasts long at backyard parties, and the quantities are easily adjustable.

    1-2 bottles good dry red wine. I usually use what I have on hand, so 2-Buck Chuck merlot or Syrah
    1-2 12-oz bottles Orange Crush. The glass bottles can still be found at Costco et al, sometimes
    1-2 bags frozen mixed fruit--berries, melons, whatever.
    A handful or 2 of sliced fresh peaches. These are heavenly after they've soaked a while in the mixture.
    Good slug or three of brandy, although rum and/or vodka have also been used on occasion, with no complaints. The frozen fruit keeps it cold and soaks up all the winey alcohol goodness.
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