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Sno Cone Syrup Recipes

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dcfb Aug 3, 2006 04:53 AM

Hi folks- just got an ice shaver and I'm having some people from work over to enjoy it. Any great ideas for receipes for Sno Cone 9Snow cone, Shaved Ice) syrups. Fruit juice does not seem thick enough, but I'm willing to experiment. I did fine a few in a recent Bon Appetit, but could use more.

Thanks!

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  1. Pei RE: dcfb Aug 3, 2006 01:02 PM

    I've been pouring a mix of coconut milk and simple syrup over mine.

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      Hungry Celeste RE: dcfb Aug 3, 2006 04:25 PM

      If you're feeling lazy, Torani flavored syrups make a good topping, though they're pretty sweet, so use sparingly.

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        raj1 RE: dcfb Aug 3, 2006 04:52 PM

        Our local Hispanic grocery store carries snow cone syrups in a number of flavors. If you have a big Hispanic grocery near you, you might try it for some standard flavors, unless you're going the natural route. The syrups here are bright blue, pink, red, purple...lots of artificial stuff going on there without a doubt.

        Have you tried making a simple syrup infused with herbs like spearmint or rosemary or bay? I've used these in Italian sodas.

        1. Katie Nell RE: dcfb Aug 3, 2006 04:56 PM

          Michael Chiarello did two versions of Italian ice recently. They syrups looked like the right consistency. http://www.foodnetwork.com/food/recip...

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            nana57 RE: dcfb Aug 9, 2006 06:06 PM

            There are a couple of really good 7 simple recipes.
            1 C water

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              nana57 RE: dcfb Aug 9, 2006 06:08 PM

              there are a couple of really good & simple recipes
              1 C water
              2 C sugar
              1 tbsp syrup or extract
              bring water & sugar to boil when cool stir in syrup or extract

              2 c sugar
              3/4 c water
              1 pkg kool-aid
              bring water & sugar to boil then stir in koolaid

              of course both should be refrigerated

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